How can I change the end date of a sprint after it has been closed?

I left my office Friday, forgetting to close my sprint for the week. Is there a way to edit the end date/time of the sprint in order to correct my burndowns & statistics?

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Hi Matt, as far as I can tell, the only way to change the end date is directly via database (table AO_60DB71_SPRINT), however you may consider testing it first in a test environmnet.

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Is it possible to access the database for an atlassian-hosted Jira Agile account?

Is it possible to access the database for an atlassian-hosted Jira Agile account?

Hi Matt, OnDemand customer don't have access to the database

Updating the END_DATE in that table did not work for me. What other tables might I need to update?

This worked for us. Note that it's the START_DATE and COMPLETE_DATE columns that define the beginning and end of the sprint. I'm not sure what the END_DATE is. Maybe someone from Atlassian can illuminate us.

Also, be aware that the date is stored as a unix timestamp. To arrive at the correct value, you need to convert your desired date/time to GMT and then convert to a unix timestamp.

You may also need to restart JIRA to see the change in the UI.

Updating the END_DATE in that table did not work for me. What other tables might I need to update?

I am assuming by END_DATE you mean COMPLETED_DATE and not the last day of the sprint as defined when the sprint was originally set up.  AKA - start and two weeks later end...  The COMPLETED_DATE is the date when you hit "Complete Sprint"

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