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JIRA 7 Script Runner Behaviod Plugin - hide issue link type options by name

Ramakrishnan Srinivasan
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Mar 24, 2019


 Need some help in hiding issue link type options by name. I have "Easy Links for JIRA" add-on deployed in our JIRA 7 server. It allows to pick multiple issues as links. I have to create multiple such fields.

Now, I want users to use only the issue selection custom field and should not be able to add the custom link types 'is implemented in' or 'implements' using JIRA's native More-Link-This Issue field. 

Is that possible to hide only those two options in JIRA Link types. I referred but could not succeed in getting what I wanted


Thanks in advance


with warm regards


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Peter-Dave Sheehan
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Apr 30, 2019

Scriptrunner behaviors don't currently fire when you use the menu "More>Link" from the issue.

To enable behavior scripts and manipulate the list of link types, you would have to for the users to edit the issue either via the default edit screen or via a special workflow transition screen.

Then, you could manipulate the link-type field with getFieldById("issuelinks-linktype")

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