Feature #3513

Baseline Project

Added by Felipe Campo over 8 years ago. Updated almost 5 years ago.

Status:NewStart date:2009-06-19
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Description

It would be useful export/import a redmine project into an xml so you can establish templates or baseline of projects.
I think that the format could be mpx compatible type or any dtd so, it could be used templates in xml and only import them as needed or establish baselines so a project manager could review the status of a project in a given timen in case of an audit saving the baselines in the repository.

Another option could be render the project issues and everything for a given date. As can be done in the repository module when a revision in selected diferent from the head.


Related issues

Duplicated by Redmine - Feature #5137: export project Closed 2010-03-20

History

#1 Updated by Felipe Campo over 8 years ago

related to #1125 , #531 , #886 awith another approach and the baseline option , this could be seen as 1 or 2 features , sorry but I cant edit the description

#2 Updated by Jérôme Bousquié over 7 years ago

We would appreciate here too the possibility to import/export a full project from an instance of Redmine to another one (ie : some projects could migrate on student servers and others remain on research servers vice versa, according to security definitions).

#3 Updated by Lukas Hämmerle over 7 years ago

Same here: We run two instances of redmine. An internal one only for our employees and only accessible from within the company network. And an external one where our community also has access to.

However, it has happened that a project initially was started as an internal-only project and then later on the project managers decided to make it available to the public.

Therefore, we would also appreciate an import/export feature.

#4 Updated by Joe Kandaba about 7 years ago

Actually it would be nice to not only export/import a project once but to keep a project syncronized between 2 or more instances.. (That way company A and B can have a shared project in their respective Redmine instances...)

#5 Updated by Terence Mill about 7 years ago

+1

#6 Updated by Dominik Follmann almost 5 years ago

+1
I would especially prefer this proposal from Felipe Campo:

Another option could be render the project issues and everything for a given date. As can be done in the repository module when a revision in selected diferent from the head.

This feature would allow a comparison of the current status of a project with the initially planned timeline with the gantt.

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