How to modify history of SP values for Version Report?

Hi,

We are using the new boards in JIRA and Version Report burn up graph in the Greenhopper boards in version 6.2.2.2.

I accidentally put in 3000 story points instead of 30 into the PBI, I immediately noticed and changed to 30 - however the history now records the huge SP value and the version report has a sharpe spike up for the one minute the story had 3000SP. This has sacaled the whole graph to have a huge amount of whitespace at the top of the graph because of the spike.

Can I get JIRA to forget the PBI ever had the 3000SP value and fix the graph and project history?

Thanks

Stephen

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Jun 18, 2013

The values come from the issue's change history. So, you would be required to remove the value from the ChangeGroup and the corresponding ChangeItem table.

Thanks for the answer.

Could I just modify the value 3000 to be 31 so as not to delete any data but to limit the impact?

Timothy Chin Community Champion Jun 18, 2013

Of course you can. Also, reindex to make sure that the search picks up these changes.

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