We have Jira v8.5.8. One Jira project A. Two scrum boards of same project (Board B1, Board B2) with respective filters for Component C1 and Component C2. Update of Sprint D1 (name) of Board B1 automatically updates the Sprint D2 (name) of Board B2.
Any idea, why this happens.?
Hello @Suresh Mantrala
Welcome to the community.
A sprint will be visible in a board if either of the following conditions are met:
1. the sprint was created in that board
2. the sprint contains issues that are within the scope of the board's filter.
So, it would appear that you actually have one sprint showing up in two boards, probably because at some point an issue in each board got added to the sprint.
Note that there is nothing in JIRA that prevents you from creating multiple sprints with the same name. So, if your teams are using simple sprint names like Sprint 1, Sprint 2, and Sprint 3, then JIRA would allow you to do that. That can lead to confusion if somebody edits the Sprint field for an issue and selects the "wrong" sprint named Sprint 1. I always made a point of training my users to create sprint names that would be obviously unique to their team/board
When a sprint is showing up in two boards, any change made to the sprint in one board will show up in the other board, as it is really one sprint entity.
To resolve this I recommend that you have each team create a brand new sprint in their own board and move all their issues from the erroneously "shared" sprint to their newly created sprint.
In that case, the sprint being used in the second board is, in fact, the same sprint being used in the first board. The sprint is being Shared.
How did you validate that the "two" sprints (one appearing in each board) have different IDs? It would help is you provide screen images that show what you see in the boards and what you see when figuring out the sprint IDs.
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