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CMS-XML Agile 2010 R2 Hot Fix 1 Release
On the Agile web server: Stop IIS. Stop the “Agile Notification Processor” and “Agile Scheduler” services.
CMS-XML Financials View hangs on "Loading" bar
Financials View hangs on "Loading" bar
CMS-XML Release ID isn't set for tasks created from Taskboard
Release ID isn't set for tasks created from Taskboard
CMS-XML IE hangs and never responds, or IE freezes for a long time and then the Mariner login screen appears
IE hangs and never responds, or IE freezes for a long time and then the Mariner login screen appears
CMS-XML Import: Story is put in wrong folder when the Product/Release name matches Team/Sprint name
Import: Story is put in wrong folder when the Product/ Release name matches Team/Sprint name
CMS-XML Sprint Task Board gives error "Stop running this script"
Sprint Task Board gives error " Stop running this script"
CMS-XML Logon screen suddenly pops up in a loop
Logon screen suddenly pops up in a loop
CMS-XML Product Lifecycle and Platform Matrix
The Product Lifecycle page lists each product release , its status and the end of support date. Start at the Product Lifecycle page. Search for you product in the dropdown list.
CMS-XML How does the Burndown Chart calculate its values?
The y-axis of the chart represents the remaining Estimated Work. The x-axis is the number of days in the release cycle (when looking at the Release Burndown) or the sprint cycle (when looking at the Sprint Burndown). The number of days are determined by the Start Date and End Date of the release/sprint.
CMS-XML Why do the days on my burndown charts seem a lot fewer than the start and end dates would span?
When you look at the burn down charts for releases , sprints etc. the days value on the bottom of the charts might seem to reflect a smaller number than the start and end dates would make it seem.
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