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I just learnt how to do this... On the Story Page, select the "More Actions" dropdown then choose the "Move" option On the following dialog you'll be able to change the issue type to an epic
I like it too. Enough so to have documented it in an in-house Jira user guide before realizing that it was not visible to my target users... Argh. To enable this feature for all users/projects on your instance: <INSTANCE_URL>/secure/admin/SiteDarkFeatures!default.jspa where is the first part of the URL that you use to access your JIRA instance. ...
The following VBA macro leaves only 1 message per Jira issue in your Inbox. It also deletes messages about Resolved/Closed issues, since I don't need to look at these ' Tools>References: Microsoft VBScript Regular Expressions 5.5, Microsoft Scripting Runtime Sub RemoveDuplicateJiraKeys() Dim i As Object Dim re As New RegExp Dim m As ...
In case anyone wants to know, the best method I found was to use the Tomcat IIS Connector via JIRA's wiki documentation on Integrating JIRA with IIS. This allows you to run on a /jira sub directory, or http://jira.domain.com sub-domain/virtual host if you so wish. Utilising a sub-domain is not detailed in the wiki, only getting IIS to proxy requests to ...
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Go to the Issue Navigator, switch to Advanced, and put in a JQL query such as labels IS EMPTY
Nevermind, problem was that the service was stopped. To show all services, whether running or not, use the following command: sc query state= all
This chart is cumulative, but only last 30 days are considered. It is possible to solve more issues then was created in amount of time.
Interesting question - I'm afraid this is not yet possible though: One would nowadays expect this functionality via the JIRA Query Language (JQL) operator 'WAS' resp. WAS IN, which has been introduced in JIRA 4.3 and extended in JIRA 4.4 to cover assignees and reporters as well, but unfortunately issue keys are not covered as of today: Note: this ...
You will need to know the ID of "Some story", let's call it SS-10. You can then use an issue filter like this: parent = SS-10 AND assignee IS EMPTY If you need any further filtering, you can just add "AND" clauses on the end, like this: parent = SS-10 AND assignee IS EMPTY AND issuetype = Sub-task
Go to edit the story. From the edit page (popup in my case) you can change the story type to "Epic".
Outlook 2010 arranges conversations (threading) by subject only. Removing the 'action' from the email subject in JIRA should keep them together in your Outlook inbox. It sounds like you might need to check your Outlook settings. More info available here.
It seams that this is not implemented yet, but watching this issues might help to determine when it will be done: http://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-647 http://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-1383
Try Great News. This item in their changelog sounds a lot like what you want: GreatNews 1.0 Beta (Build 376) Released on 11/27/2006 Added: Option to decide marking changed article unread or not (Default is off) Tools->Options->Usability->Mark Changed Item UnreadChanged Item Unread I don't know if it'll give you trouble connecting to an ...
The problem is that your newly added -A INPUT -m state --state NEW -m tcp -p tcp --dport 8040 -j ACCEPT only comes after the general reject rule -A INPUT -j REJECT --reject-with icmp-host-prohibited Move it before that and it should work.
In the marketplace listing, it says that this is available for JIRA 5.0 to 5.2.x, so does not yet support JIRA 6 and will not be found when you do your search. It's possible that it may work partially in JIRA 6, so downloading it from your link then installing on a test JIRA instance is completely possible.
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