With a URL like
I can get the reporting view for a particular sprint.
With a URL like foo.com/RapidBoard.jspa?rapidView=2803
I get the work view for the currently active sprint. But with
It seems like I get the reporting view for the most recently *completed* sprint.
My question is this: is there a way to get the reporting view for the currently active sprint without having the sprintID? I'd like to put a URL in a separate Confluence page that always points to that view for the current sprint without having to update the sprintID whenever a new sprint is started.
I don't think that this can be done. But sprint ids are auto incremented. so if you know the sprint velocity ( at least when one starts and the other finishes you can easily create a script that test that for you.
If you want to know if a sprint is active you can look at your db with the following query
select * from AO_60DB71_SPRINT
If you are using a script you can run this sql query:
select id from AO_60DB71_SPRINT where started=1 and complete_date is NULL
The above query will give you all active sprints.
Please remember tha this is a MySQL query. So you should adjust it to your specific db syntax.
Hope this helps!
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