Trying to close a sprint. It's telling me all closed issues are incomplete!

I have 133 issues in the sprint. I can see in a filter that all 133 are closed. I have no sub-tasks open in that sprint that are open. I moved the epics to the next sprint since not all tickets are done.

 

I get that 0 issues are done. And 133 are incomplete. That can't be true.

 

I just randomly checked 3 or 4 issues and none of them have subtasks or links to other issues that are incomplete so I shouldn't be getting that all issues are incomplete.

 

They all have resolutions.

 

What gives?

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Just figured it out with a thought that was too silly and yet I tried it. If you don't have all your states showing in the sprint board...especially the Closed state...the silly program things all those aren't done! We took out that swimlane to keep things clean and allow more room for other states.

 

Put it back in and now all issues are showing as complete.

 

Seriously? The program isn't smart enough to recognize a status that isn't in a swimlane?

A year on and I was still having the same stupid issue. I have to combine "cancelled" and "done" into a single column or the great minds at Jira won't let me close my sprint 🙄

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