Admin setup and custom fields [back to contents]
You can enter bugs immediately after setup, but you probably want to make some configuration changes first.
Log in as "admin" and click on the "admin" link along the top. You should now be viewing a page with links to "users", "projects", "categories", "priorities", and "statuses". Add/delete/change the values according to your needs.
When you first install BugTracker.NET, there are only these half-dozen or so fields on the "edit_bug.aspx" page. Many people add more, for example "Version Fixed", "Due Date", etc. There are three ways to add custom fields:
1. "user defined attribute" - This is the simplest way to add one custom field.
You can use the simple "user defined attribute" dropdown that
applies to all projects. Edit these lines in Web.config to use and name this additional dropdown:
Custom fields for all projects:
Add custom field page:
Read the comments in small green text on the "add custom field" page carefully if you are having trouble using the page.
Custom fields for a specific project:
Below are three screenshots showing the "add a bug" page. The first shows the default installation.
The second shows the same page after custom fields of various types have been added.
The third page shows the same page with the built-in fields hidden using css.
Default. Before customization:
More complex: After some custom fields have been added:
Very simple! After built-in-fields have been hidden: