Archive for April, 2016

Jira

JQL :

List issues not in sprint

project = MyProject AND Sprint is EMPTY

Find sprint isssues

You can always find issues in the current sprint by using the dynamic value “sprint in openSprints() ” or find previous sprints with “sprint in closedSprints()” Use a “project in (….)” based on the filter used for your scrum board to get the perfect match. (I suggest just modifying the filter used for the scrum baord, adding the “sprint in openSprints()” and saving as a new filter

project =MyProject  and sprint in openSprints()

project =MyProject  and sprint =34
Creating a Sprint

https://confluence.atlassian.com/agile/jira-agile-user-s-guide/working-with-sprints/creating-a-sprint
Editing or Renaming a Sprint

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/GH060/Editing+or+Renaming+a+Sprint

 

Modifying Multiple (Bulk) Issues

https://confluence.atlassian.com/jira/modifying-multiple-bulk-issues-185729606.html

 

Find Sprint ID

Another way is to start typing. The drop down will show the title. Choose one and the correct sprintid is inserted..

find_Sprint_Issue

Founde_Sprint_Id

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Eclipse:java-debugging source notfound

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6174550/eclipse-java-debugging-source-not-found

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Oracle Network Adapter could not establish the connection

Oracle Network Adapter could not establish the connection tips

 

Question:  I am trying to install SQL Developer and when I try to open the forst screen and connect I get this network adapter error:

java.sql.SQLException: Io exception: The Network Adapter could not establish the connection.

How do I resolve this Network Adapter could not establish the connection error?

Answer:  Whenever you see a Network Adapter could not establish the connection, you have either the wrong SQL Developer URL or you have a basicSQL*Net connectivity issue!  This error is most likely caused by one of these factors:

– You are using the wrong URL

– The wrong port number or IP address (or DNS host name) was used

– The listener is not configured properly

– The listener process (service) is not running.  You can re-start it with the “lsnrctl start” command or on Windows by starting the listener service.

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