|Title||Issue name changes in TeamTrack not reflected in Perforce|
|Assigned user||Gareth Rees|
|Description||You can change the name of an issue in TeamTrack by changing its issue type. However, the job remains unchanged. So the issue might have started out as BUG00123, and then be changed to ENH00123, but it's still replicated to BUG00123 in Perforce. The P4DTI TeamTrack integration is now maintained and supported by TeamShare <|
|Analysis||You can't change the name of a job in Perforce: the name is the key in the database. Could possibly delete the old job and re-replicate. (This would delete the old fixes and then add corresponding fixes to the new job.)|
This feature in TeamTrack is poor: an attribute of an issue (i.e. its type) shouldn't be part of its name: the name should be a permanent key to the issue.
|Evidence||Found during testing of 1.0.6.|
|Created by||Gareth Rees|
|Created on||2001-03-25 13:59:43|
|Last modified by||David Jones|
|Last modified on||2003-08-19 13:55:16|
|History||2001-03-25 GDR Created.|
2003-05-19 NB TeamShare handover.
2003-08-19 DRJ Suspended due to teamshare handover
|35521||suspended||2002-11-14 13:44:46||Richard Brooksby||Removing TeamTrack support from master sources.
Updating project index and FAQ to reflect new TeamTrack situation.