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BOOK: Professional Scrum with Team Foundation Server 2010
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Default transition between Test, Bug, Test

In Scrum: When the Product Owner find, register and set a bug to developer, how can the Product Owner know when the bus is ready for test?

(Jhon is then Product Owner and Peter is a member team)


1. Product BackLog
2. Sprint BackLog
3. Task
4. Task is Done.
5. Jhon Find a Bug.
6. Jhon Create Bug link with the Task in TFS and Assigned To Peter.
7. Set Bug to Appoved.
8. Set Bug to Committed.
9. Create a new Task link with the Bug.
10. Peter do the new Task.
11. Peter set the new task to Done.
12. Jhon must has a report with Bugs with "State Committed" and link Task with "State Done" ?

How can Jhon know that the new Task is Done and the First Task can Test again?

I know the scrum is about people over tools but the test members must have a artefact to know when a bug is ready to test again and no only daily scrum, email, etc.

Thanks a lot and sorry for my English.

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