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Assigning Issues to projects

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Jul 15, 2009 at 10:21 AM

Can anyone tell me how to assign an issue to a component? I've raised a couple of issues in the last couple fo days but I wasn't able to mark them as being issues for FoxCharts, so I'm not sure if they will be seen by the FoxCharts guys. I'm hopeing that at least someone comes along every now and then and looks at all the issues not assigned to a componebt and assigns them, but it would be quicker if I could see how to set it myself.

Ian Simcock.

Jul 15, 2009 at 3:05 PM
Edited Jul 15, 2009 at 3:22 PM

Hi Ian

Thanks for your messages.

I've updated them all, assigning them to FoxCharts.

All I ask you is to add "FoxCharts" or the name of the component in the subject of your message. I've added it already to you. If you prefer also assigning your post to a component, after you post it, you can click on "Edit", and on the right just select the component on the comboboxes.

Don't forget to be using "BasicView", to have these options allowed.

Regards

 

Cesar

 

Jul 16, 2009 at 2:54 PM

Hi everyone!

I'm not sure it's just me or there is no "Edit" option to change/assign my previous message in issue tracker. Strange? ;-)

Best regards,

Andrzej

Jul 16, 2009 at 8:29 PM
Edited Jul 17, 2009 at 8:04 AM

Andrzej,

 

If you are logged in as the same person who posted the original message, there are supposed to be 2 hyperlinks in your message on the right upper side, one of them showing Edit, please try that one.

Regards,

Koen

Jul 17, 2009 at 6:51 AM
Hi Cesar.

I expected that there should be some sort of edit button, but I never
found one. I checked just now and I still can't see one. I'm logged in
as myself, I go to the Issue tracker, I have the list of Issues, I click
on mine and get the issue displayed. Under the menu there are links
labelled Basic View, Advanced View and Create New Item. On the right
inder the menu there are links for Previous, All and Next. Under the
Issue title there is an Add Comment link> I can't find an edit link, and
I tried using the search of my browser and it can't see the word edit on
that page. Any idea what I'm doing wrong?

Ian Simcock.




vfpimaging wrote:
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> From: vfpimaging
>
> Hi Ian
>
> Thanks for your messages.
>
> I've updated them all, assigning them to FoxCharts.
>
> All I ask you is to add "*FoxCharts*" or the name of the component in
> the subject of your message. I've added it already to you. If you prefer
> also assigning your post to a component, after you post it, you can
> click on "Edit", and on the right just select the component on the
> comboboxes.
>
> Don't forget to be using "BasicView", to have these options allowed.
>
> Regards
>
>
>
> Cesar
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Jul 17, 2009 at 2:35 PM

Koen,

I can see "Edit" link for my previous posts in Discussions. No such option in Issue Tracker. That's probably main reason for so many unassigned issues. Maybe there are different privileges for project managers and users.

Andrzej

Jul 17, 2009 at 4:07 PM

Andrezj,

Hmmm, this option only seems to be available in "Discussions"

sorry for confusion.

Regards,

 

Koen

Jul 19, 2009 at 12:38 AM

Project Managers should be able to edit the issues and assign a component when none was selected. I've gone through all VFPX issues and ensured that a component was created/assigned for all of them. In the future I'll make it a point to check existing VFPX issues from time to time and edit when necessary to help minimize the impact of this problem. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.

Jul 19, 2009 at 12:59 AM

Hopefully the following table will help users understand what can and can't be done. Developers are members of the VFPX Team and Coordinators are VFPX Administrators...

Project Roles

  Role
Function Action                                                  Anon           Logged-In       Developer        Coordinator
Discussions Create New Post   X X X
Edit Post   X X X
Reply To Post   X X X
Delete Post       X
(project creator only)
Start New Discussion   X X X
Edit Discussions Details       X
View Discussion X X X X
Copy Discussion To Work Item     X X
Email Subscription   X X X
Issue Tracker Close/Re-Open Work Item     X X
Comment Work Item   X X X
Create Work Item   X X X
Edit Work Item     X X
Manage Components     X X
View Work Item X X X X
Vote For Work Item   X X X
People Manage Team       X
View Team X X X X
Project Create Project   X X X
Publish Project       X
Delete Unpublished Project       X
Edit License       X
(project creator only)
Edit Project Details       X
Release Create Release     X X
Download Release X X X X
Edit Release     X X
Delete Release     X X
Create Ratings and Review   X    
Edit Ratings and Review   X    
Delete Ratings and Review   X    
Source Code Access Source Control Server     X X
Browse Source Tree X X X X
Check-In Source Code     X X
Download Latest Source (.zip) X X X X
Upload Patch   X X X
Download Evaluated / Accepted Patch X X X X
Download Declined Patch     X X
Apply/Decline Patch     X X
Email Subscription Patch   X X X
Tagging Add Tag To Project   X X X
Remove Tag From Project   X X X
Wiki Add Comments   X X X
Create New Page     X X
Edit Existing Page     X X
View Page X X X X