Is the release version in Jira the same as the one in Ketryx?

Lee Chickering
Lee Chickering
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Yes, the release version used in Jira is identical to that in Ketryx. Both platforms maintain alignment with the release versions specified in the Jira project, allowing new versions to be initiated from either system. A key distinction is that Ketryx utilizes "Introduced in Version" and "Obsolete in Version" fields, in contrast to Jira's default "Fix versions." This approach reflects Ketryx's view of design elements such as Requirements, Software Specifications, and Test Cases as enduring components that persist in the project from their introduction until they become obsolete. Typically, the "Introduced in Version" corresponds to what would be the earliest "Fix version" in Jira for an existing item.

For more detailed explanations on release types and item lifecycles in Ketryx, please refer to the following resources:

Different Types of Releases in Ketryx
FAQ about Long-lived and Point-wise Items in Ketryx Defaults

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