XPlanner not showing anything but projects

I have just installed XPlanner plugin 0.6.5 and have been able to get a list of projects but do not see any tasks or stories (or anything else for that matter). Have I perhaps missed something in the configuration? Any help is welcome.

Dan Hestand

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Hi Dan,

XPlanner shows only tasks accepted by current user by default. If you haven't accepted tasks for current iteration of
the selected project, then all views will be empty. You can either use tasks filter to show all tasks or unaccepted
tasks or use XPlanner's web interface to accept some tasks to do.

Dan Hestand wrote:

I have just installed XPlanner plugin 0.6.5 and have been able to get a list of projects but do not see any tasks or stories (or anything else for that matter). Have I perhaps missed something in the configuration? Any help is welcome.

Dan Hestand

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Eugene,
Thanks. I noticed that and then set the filter to "all tasks" and get the same result. I'm checking my XPlanner tasks to make sure they're still there but I think I must have mucked up the configuration somehow.

Dan Hestand

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Figured it out. Turns out the current date must be within the dates of an iteration for things to show up. When I moved the start of the iteration back, everything showed up. Is it possible to make it an option to display whatever is available regardless of the date?

Dan Hestand

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I'm not sure that it would be good. From developer's point of view only current iteration is important. You can't start
working on tasks planned for past or future iterations.

Dan Hestand wrote:

Figured it out. Turns out the current date must be within the dates of an iteration for things to show up. When I moved the start of the iteration back, everything showed up. Is it possible to make it an option to display whatever is available regardless of the date?

Dan Hestand

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You are probably right. I was thinking about it from a planning perspective, because I was in IDEA and was planning for the next iteration (because I am also the project manager). Anyway, thanks for you help.

Dan Hestand

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