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From Tim Tisdall <>
Subject Re: multi-product components?
Date Wed, 05 Jun 2013 13:52:56 GMT
I'm not sure where something is going wrong or what's by design so I'll
just describe what I've done and hopefully it will become apparent.

I added 2 products under the Apps > Products .  I then went to add
components under Apps > Admin > Components.  That screen just gives two
fields which is "Name" and "Owner".  I assumed that "Owner" was a
particular user account as the initial content had components with the
owner "somebody" (if I remember correctly).  I don't see any where that I
can input what component goes with what product either on the components or
products screens.

When creating a ticket I can choose any combination of Product and
Component and there's no restrictions.

On Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 4:44 AM, Matevž Bradač <> wrote:

> On 4. Jun, 2013, at 20:04, Tim Tisdall wrote:
> > I see how to enter different products and I see how to enter components.
>  However, shouldn't the components be dependent on a particular product?
> Indeed they should be.
> >
> > For example, if I have products such as "database" and "game" and
> components "joystick control" and "btree indexes".  When I create a ticket
> for the "game" product I don't think I should be able to select "btree
> indexes".
> You are correct - if the "btree indexes" component was created in the
> "database" product scope, then it should
> be available only there. Note however that a component with the same name
> can still be created in another
> product.
> Additionally, when you create a new product it is populated with the
> default components, milestones etc.,
> so each newly created product gets the same set of initial values.
> >
> > Or am I not understanding the intended use of those categories?
> Your understanding is correct, but from the questions above I'm assuming
> you're experiencing some issues
> with multiproduct. Could you describe the problem in more detail and if
> possible provide the steps to
> reproduce it? Thanks.
> >
> > -Tim
> --
> matevz

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