Is there something similar in YouTrack like JIRA components?

I have a project and it consists of different modules. Since that there aren't so many of them I would like to create for each one a separate component, like in JIRA. For now I found only one way how to make them distinct. Adding a Field to the project and filling it with component names. So now at every issue I can specify for what component it was created.

But is there a more comfortable way?

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Hi Net,

for your needs there is default cutom field Subsystems of type ownedField[1]. It is created by default for new projects. To add components names you should go to Administration > Project name > 'Fields' tab > choose Subsystems bundle and manually add values.

Also you can specify deafult subsystem for just created issues in 2 ways:

- on global 'Custom Fields' screen edit 'Subsystems' field and choose default value on last step

- create your custom workflow, details look at http://confluence.jetbrains.net/display/YTD3/Workflow+Guide

Is it satisfied your needs?

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To bad, that there is no separate page created like in JIRA for description of the component. Something like http://framework.zend.com/issues/browse/ZF/component/10340 or http://framework.zend.com/issues/browse/ZF/component/10085.

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Hi Net,

on subsystem (e.g. owned field) edit form you can input description and owner, last one will set on subsystem setting for issue. All issues marked by given subsystem can be found by search request: "subsystem: subsystemName". But you're right, there is no a separate subsystem page. I created the feature, you can comment/vote http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/JT-11206

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Thanks. Already voted on it. Hope this issue will be favored by the majority, so it would be created.

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