Bug tracker: Create the module

After you setup the application, you create the Bug Tracker custom dynamic module that the application uses. You create this custom module using the Module Builder of Sitefinity CMS. The Bug Tracker module must have the following content types:

  • Project
    The Project content type will represent a single project.
  • Bug
    The Bug content type represents a single bug and has a parent of type Project.

To create the module:

  1. Create a new module via the module builder and name it Bug Tracking.
  2. Activate the module.
  3. Add the Project and Bug content types to the custom module.

For more information about creating a custom module via the Module Builder, see Create a dynamic module.

The following sections look into the available content types in details.

Project

The Project content type must have the following settings:

  • Content type
    In the Content type field enter Project.
  • Parent content type
    From the dropdown list, select None.
  • Fields of this item
    Define the following fields:

Bug

The Bug content type must have the following settings:

  • Content type
    In the Content type field enter Bug.
  • Parent content type
    From the dropdown list, select Project.
  • Fields of this item

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