|Re: How do I move JIRA tasks to be subtasks of local tasks? [message #600032 is a reply to message #600020]
||Wed, 11 November 2009 13:51
| Jörg Thönnes
Registered: July 2009
I am afraid creating a specific category is the only option at the moment.
Sub-Tasks are always specific to a given repository and not all repos do support them.
But cross-linking is not supported AFAIK. Maybe it is worth a feature request.
On 11/10/09 19:47, David M. Karr wrote:
> While using Mylyn, I'm finding that I create a local task for a task I
> need to work on, and this task exists for a long time as I continue to
> work on the task. Over time, JIRA tasks are created for issues related
> to my local task (mostly by other people). Unless I take some action,
> my local tasks is listed in the list of tasks separate from the JIRA
> tasks that are related to it. I'd like to somehow make these JIRA tasks
> subtasks of my local task, or something else that would "group" all of
> these tasks together.
> I see the notion of "Categories". Is this the only option I have for
> organizing this? Would I create a new category, named exactly the same
> as my local task, and then group the related JIRA tasks in that category?
> It seems like a "subtask" notion is more logical, but I don't know any
> way to "move" an existing task to become a subtask of another task.
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