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what does it mean when a version/release shows up in the dropdown as (Invalid)

Hi all,

I have a project in which all releases that we use show up in the drop-down lists as "Invalid"

I just wanted to understand what that actually means. And ideally how would I fix it?

This just to show what I mean.

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Anyone has any ideas what this could be and how to fix it?

 

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Hey @Miguel Costa this seems to be a tough question, but let's try and look at it together :) 

1. What does it show, when you go to project> releases and click on any release? Is there any additional info? 

2. What kind of project is this - kanban or scrum?

3. Can the versions marked as (Invalid) still be released?

4. What happens if you create a new release version?

Hi @Marta Woźniak-Semeniuk  

I'll try my best. 

1 - It does not really say anything to be honest.

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2- It's mainly scrum but we actually use both scrum and kanban.

Not sure if this is what you mean but if I go in the details, it tells my project type "Software". I'm not a JIRA admin so this is not an option I can change or even view what are the different kind of project types. Meaning I don't know if this is something custom created by my company or not.

3- Yes there is no problem doing releases, create new versions or whatever.

4- As soon as I create them they all show as "Invalid". Does not matter what is in the release it always shows that.

Hm... That is super weird, let's call for help @Jack Brickey or @Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_  would you take a look? :) 

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