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Accepting/Rejecting more than one story will make the other stories to disappear #89

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mongrelion opened this Issue · 2 comments

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@mongrelion

I've got Fulcrum successfully running on a production environment but there's a bug as described in the title.
The steps to reproduce it are:
1. Add a couple new stories (two or more). Estimate, assign and do whatever you find fancy when creating it.
2. Start the story.
3. Finish the story.
4. Deliver the story.
(Follow these steps the number of times you created stories. I tested with 6).
5. Accept/Reject one story and watch it to mark as Done and moved to the Done panel/box.
6. Accept/Reject another story and watch how them all disappear magically.
7. Refresh the page to make your stories to resurrect from the ashes.
If you follow these steps, you will be able to reproduce the error. Also, after you refresh the page to see again your stories, you'll notice that they are not in the Done panel but in the In progress one, even though they have already been marked as Done/Rejected.

Any ideas on what could it be?

@malclocke
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Hi Carlos,

I'm not able to reproduce this using Chromium.

The thing that makes me suspicious is point 4, '... mark as Done and moved to the Done panel/box'. Stories should actually not move to the Done column immediately. The done column is done iterations, not done stories. The fact that the stories are moving immediately I suspect it tied to the bug.

A bit of a strange request, but can you try again tomorrow. I think there may be some bugs that occur around when stories are modified on the same day as the projects configured iteration start day.

If you are able to reproduce, can you please post the bare minimum click by click instructions to reproduce, browser version and OS, Also, if you can look for any error output on the javascript console of your browser that would be helpful.

Cheers, Malc

@mongrelion

Hey Malcolm,

I'm sorry I totally forgot about giving you more detail on my specs like browser and OS.

So the project's configuration is:

  • Point Scale: Powers of two (0,1,2,4,8)
  • Default velocity: 5
  • Start date: 2012 / February / 5
  • Iteration start day: Monday
  • Iteration length: 1 week

I'm using Opera 11.61 build 1250 on Mac OS X 10.7.2 and yes, the mystic web attacks once again, because I've tried once again to reproduce the error and I can't. Perhaps it has to do with the project configuration that you say. I also tried to reproduce the error on Google Chrome 16.0.912.77 on the same machine without success. Perhaps the bug felt you behind him and hid?

The last commit that I've got in this repo is:
commit 2d9e3aa
Author: Malcolm Locke malc@wholemeal.co.nz
Date: Fri Jan 13 14:45:41 2012 +1300

Match 1.9.3 CSV exception message

The format of the 'Illegal quoting' message has changed slightly
in Ruby 1.9.3.  Closes #79.
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