Our company splits a project in to a number of development phases (Proposal Phase, Define Phase, Construct Phase, etc) and a number of Admin statuses (Pending, Open, In-Progress, Invoiced, Closed, etc).
I would like to be able to tag or somehow indicate the current phase and status of the JIRA project. Also ideally I would like to be able to restrict certain issues from being created unless the project is in a certain phase.
I would expect to see a tab perhaps in the project browser view where I could view/edit the phase or status of the project.
I have tried to investigate ways of doing this, one option is perhaps using issue schemes, but I still want to be able to view the status/phase.
Also would be nice to see the status/phase in the Summary tab of the project browser view.
You could use the Project Portfolio Management technique I describe in this post : http://www.petervandevoorde.com/2013/02/26/project-portfolio-management-with-jira-and-greenhopper/
It might help you out in the visualization departement.
So when a project goes through the different project phases, one would just assign a project category corresponding to the current phase. The linked answer shows how you can programmatically update the category in a post function. Using the script runner plugin one could also write a groovy validator that checks if the projects category has a specific value, i.e. thevproject is in a specific status.
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