Trying to archive old sprints to see new ones in Sprint report

On the Sprint Report, you can open the drop down list to see all past sprints. How can I archive these to show a smaller list? Problem is, after 28 sprints, the list is too long to view the most recent sprints. It always shows the oldest ones and there is no scroll option. All but the most recent are completed. Or is there a way to get the list to default to newest sprint and let the old ones fall off the list?

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Aug 09, 2013

What version of GreenHopper are you using? The newer versions of GreenHopper comes with a input field which you can use to select sprints.

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Hm, this is a little bit tricky but you can do this by deleting the desired records in the table "AO_XXXXXX_SPRINTS". Before deleting the records please make a backup of your table!

Does that mean the stories are deleted from Jira or just from the sprint container?

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The goal here is to not delete any records. We want to be able to keep sprints and stories within them around for at least a year, but now we have multiple teams dealing with this. Its crazy that the list is not scrollable.

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I would like to do this as well. So far, i've only seen a way to manually update the database and rename the old sprints. Perhaps you could do this to filter the oldest sprints to the bottom.

here is a link to the other article regarding renameing...

https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/174646/can-i-rename-a-completed-sprint

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