How can I define that a Project in Jira is Complete or Closed?

Hi Guyz,

Please help me,

How to set/define the project is completed?

If you know please share with me,

Thanks in advance,

Karthik.

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hello Karthik

I don't think there is an option Close Project in jira.

In other way, you simply create a new Permission Scheme and associate to the project which you want to close.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6696538/how-do-i-close-a-project-in-jira

By the time you create a new permission scheme, there will not set any default permissions. Simply it get deactivated so any user who is non-admin cannot see that project in the list.

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like if number of projects are available means, then how can we are refer closed/completed project among them.(in ondemand JIRA)

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if there is any way to maintain the archieve project in jira?

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You read the things in https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Archiving+a+Project that give some idea about archiving a project in jira

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if there is any idea other than that archiving to show the project was completed in ondemand jira?

As far as I know, Archiving i.e. Managing permissions is the approximate solution

even I found a ticket regarding Permissions itself.

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-13846

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