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From:M  IN BLR SISL Srivathsan Date:November 9 2009 11:42am
Subject:RE: Questions about Eventum
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Although there is a way by which you could mark a project as archived, in my company that
falls short of the expectations.  What we need is to archive all the old (especially the
closed) issues into a separate bin use the current active one for the newer issues.

So, what I generally do is:
1. Take a backup of the Eventum DB
2. Use the "Delete Issues" script (after suitably modifying it) to delete all the old
3. Restored the backed-up DB under a new name
4. Install a separate Eventum app connected to that DB.  This would help in viewing the
old issues.

Hope this gives you some ideas.

Thanks and rgds,

-----Original Message-----
From: Susanne Chau [mailto:susanne.chau@stripped] 
Sent: Monday, November 09, 2009 3:59 PM
To: eventum-users@stripped
Subject: Questions about Eventum


Our company uses Eventum as bug tracking tool and I would like to ask
questions about the process to archive old projects, so I hope by adding
to this list it will be possible for me to ask any questions regarding

Best regards,

Questions about EventumSusanne Chau9 Nov
  • RE: Questions about EventumM  IN BLR SISL Srivathsan9 Nov
    • Re: Questions about EventumSusanne Chau9 Nov
      • Re: Questions about EventumBryan Alsdorf9 Nov
        • Re: Questions about EventumSusanne Chau10 Nov
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            • Re: Questions about EventumSusanne Chau16 Nov