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Closing story the burn down chart shows wrong behavior. Please respond.

Hi,

Following are the issue's we are facing, please help us.

ISSUE 1:

When we have a story A with story point=1 in previous sprint and when you carry forward (move to the next sprint) and observed in the current sprint the story point is 0.

ISSUE 2:

Observed the story when we close it, it shows "Issue reopened" and graph goes up.

Please respond to these issue's. Appreciate your help on this regard.

Thanks

Anshu.

  

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What exactly are you doing to the story when you "close it"?  Which graph is going "wrong", the one for the first sprint or the second?

Hi, I'm Easwar , QA Lead.

Graph is going wrong for the current sprint. so, here is the thing,

1. Move the story-1 from sprint-A to sprint-B (which is current sprint)

2. When you close the story-1 , the graph goes up.

https://strawberryboxmedia.atlassian.net/secure/RapidBoard.jspa?rapidView=1&projectKey=IS&view=reporting&chart=burndownChart&sprint=4&estimate=field_customfield_10102

Thanks
Easwar.

You can check the story IS-84.

Thanks

Easwar.

Adding to it, please check the following bug, when you close the bug, it is saying "Issue-re-opened", absolutely wrong.

Please reply ASAP.

IS-262

IS-271

IS-258

Thanks

Easwar.

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