I have 2 sub-tasks with estimates. When I open the parent ticket it shows the sum of all sub-task estimates.
But, when I see the parent task in agile board, it shows nothing.
Is there a way to display the total estimation in the plan mode and work mode for Parent issues in the agile boards
uhhh.....I uh....you know, I think I'm just going to have to go ahead and disagree with you there Nic. With all due respect you understand.
Now.... pavan kumar - you (like about 99% of all posters to answers...)
I'm thinking the field is ripe for an embedded answers plugin allowing you to post your answer from within the tool - and so it'd grab all the OTHER info needed and I get tired of asking for...bah...
did bother to tell us anything about the version of JIRA you are running or the install type (on-premise, or server installation, or Atlassian Cloud). So I'm going to guess server version and installed v6.2.4. With that there are some options for displaying some data from the sub-tasks but you have to get into java-scripting and all-in-all I feel it's a klunky kinda 'solution' for a perfectly reasonable request (I can hear the haters now) that just happens to go somewhat against certain fundamental tenants of the Agile Development Methodology.
One of the main problems is that while in normal JIRA a story can be set to display the total estimate as a sum of the stories original estimate and all of it's subtask's estimates. However, when displaying these issues in JIRA Agile all you would see (if the story had an original estimate > 0) would be the stories estimate.
The issue to resolve this minor issue in JIRA Agile is here: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/GHS-9167
but, as usual, I digress...
First, how to do it: Reference this post where the details are laid out and if questions come up please create additional answers posts.
Then after a little while someone wrote a groovy script that does basically the same thing throughout the day. That Comment is located here:
shit, that got long. Oh well, hopefully it'll be useful to somebody.
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