Status: Closed (View Workflow)
Archived Jira Software Cloud, 7.1.1, 7.3.0, 7.2.6, 7.2.12, 7.6.6, 8.13.1
Severity 2 - Major
Atlassian Update – 23 Jun 2020 Hi All, The problem will automatically be fixed in Jira 8.11 for all the newly created and edited issues and they will display in the Sprint Report and Burndown Chart. If you are not concerned about the past issues, you don’t have to take any action. However, if you want to be sure all the past issues get fixed too, you need to perform a full reindex. We will continue to watch this issue for further updates, so feel free to share your thoughts in the comments. Thank you, Your Jira Server Bug Fix team
Issues which Sprint has been set at creation issue screen will not appear in burndown chart if the sprint is removed from this issue.
Steps to Reproduce:
- Create a JIRA Software Project
- Create a Sprint - You can start the Sprint or not.
- Create an issue and set the Sprint in the issue creation screen
- Start the Sprint if you have not started.
- Remove the issue from the Sprint.
The is also applicable for issues in the backlog that were previously associated with an active sprint and moved back to the backlog when the sprint is completed.
Steps to reproduce:
- Create an issue
- Move the issue to the active sprint
- Complete the sprint and choose to move the issue to the backlog
- Create a new Sprint
- Move the issue to the active sprint (Start the Sprint if its not started)
- Move the issue back to the backlog
- The issue will disappear from the burndown chart although it was originally created in the backlog without specifying a sprint
The burndown chart would show the issue as "Scope change issue removed"
The burndown chart does not show the issue on it and make it seems like the issue never existed.
The only known workaround for now is to put the issue back in the Sprint after removal and then remove again
No known workaround at this time, the previously noted workaround affects the output of the velocity chart
Affected deleted issue.