Resolved Issues are being rolled when the sprint ends

We are experiencing an issue where work that has been resolved (but which is not closed) is being rolled automatically into the next sprint. I think it is affecting the velocity charts, as well.

Please help!

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This is exactly what is supposed to happen. Agile considers issues "done" in the done column and only allows done issues in sprints as they close. It tries to be helpful by moving not-done issues into the next sprint because that is what you should do. You need to clear up your understanding of "done", or not create the next sprint until the current one is ended (not-done issues go back into the backlog of you do that)
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This is exactly what is supposed to happen. Agile considers issues "done" in the done column and only allows done issues in sprints as they close. It tries to be helpful by moving not-done issues into the next sprint because that is what you should do. You need to clear up your understanding of "done", or not create the next sprint until the current one is ended (not-done issues go back into the backlog of you do that)

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