Subject: Targets in Jira.
Hi, since we now have a confusing large number of targets in JIRA, it starts to get difficult which of the many targets is appropriate for the "affects version" and "fix for" fields. I did some research, and found that JIRA allows to mark targets as "released", and that JIRA differs between "unreleased" and "released" versions. In the drop down listbox for the "affects version" field, the released versions are listed first, and under a heading "released versions". In the "fix for" field, the unreleased versions are listed first, and under a "unreleased versions" heading. Which means that by simply marking all targets that correspond to released versions as released, we provide a reasonable guidance which are the permitted values of these two fields. Since marking a target as released is not changing the issues and since that operation can be reverted, I've marked all targets as released which we have already released. I further marked the "ODF 1.2 Part 1 CD05", "ODF 1.2 Part 2 CD03" and "ODF 1.2 Part 3 CD02" targets as released. We actually did not released these versions, but instead an "ODF 1.2 CD05". The right action therefore would be to merge these targets woth the "ODF 1.2 CD05" target. However, this would change the issues itself, and we have issues that use this target as "Fix for" or "affects version" field. We therefore should clean-up these issues before merging the targets. By marking these targets as "released" we however achieve that they are not listed as "unreleased". Best regards Michael -- Michael Brauer | Oracle Office Development Phone: +49 40 23646 500 Oracle Office GBU ORACLE Deutschland B.V. & Co. KG | Nagelsweg 55 | 20097 Hamburg ORACLE Deutschland B.V. & Co. KG Hauptverwaltung: Riesstr. 25, D-80992 München Registergericht: Amtsgericht München, HRA 95603 Komplementärin: ORACLE Deutschland Verwaltung B.V. Rijnzathe 6, 3454PV De Meern, Niederlande Handelsregister der Handelskammer Midden-Niederlande, Nr. 30143697 Geschäftsführer: Jürgen Kunz, Marcel van de Molen, Alexander van der Ven