Feature #3516

Hide "Target version" for projects that do not use versions

Added by Janus Kristensen over 10 years ago. Updated over 6 years ago.

Status:NewStart date:2009-06-19
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Description

It would be nice if the (empty) "Target version" field/column could be hidden in the following places if a project does not use versions at all:
  • Issue list
  • Issue editing

It is already hidden in "Create new issue".
This would enable us to display the "Target version" column automatically only on projects that actually use the "version" feature.


Related issues

Related to Redmine - Feature #2539: New project setting: mandatory/optional configuration for... New 2009-01-19

History

#1 Updated by Janus Kristensen over 10 years ago

Somewhat related to #2539

#2 Updated by Jean-Philippe Lang over 10 years ago

I think it's already hidden on issue editing.

#3 Updated by Dipan Mehta over 6 years ago

If the project hasn't defined any version - it won't show up following:

  1. Target version in new issue page
  2. Target version in issue edit page,
  3. Target version as a filter criteria in issue search (only for that project).
It does allow following
  1. Target version an Option as column
  2. Target version as a field displayed in issue show page.

The most important thing is, when the issue edit in the project having versions, it also allows creation of new version itself in the edit page. It won't allow that as well if there hasn't been any other version as well.

Hence, i think by and large it prevents anyone to create and assign versions - unless you have gone to setting and created the very first version there! I think that's good enough!

This issue should be closed.

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