We have a set of standard schemes (Issue Type (EG_ITSS), Workflow(EG_WFS), Screen(EG_SS), Fields(EG_FS)) for IT projects in our organization. When we are making changes, how shall we version different things properly. This is what I am thinking:
This way, our standard set of schemes are always advancing too, if I just do 1., then the set of standard schemes will be (EG_ITSS, EG_WFS_v2, EG_SS, EG_FS).
Does this sounds right? How you guys are doing it? Is there a way to baseline the whole design in JIRA so we can easily rollback? How do you guys normally do the change to the production environment? Just update the current version?
A related question is here: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/12267539 One problem is we have a hundred projects and JIRA doesn't provide a solution for bulk change: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/104158. It's almost impossible to change all of them manually if I create a new version of scheme?
I've decided on the following approach, what do you guys think?
This approach is fast in making changes to the production environment, but slow in rollback (we have to modify each project to rollback).
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