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ScriptRunner Behaviours for Insight Objects picker - readonly with delete

Hello everyone,

got a quite simple, but tricky question. 

I need to setup a fields to be "readonly" with possibility to remove objects.

Users should not able to search within objects, but should be able to remove existing objects in transition screen with multiple insight objects in it.

Any ideas? :-) 

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This (as you know) isn't native type functionality. Since you're already looking to accomplish this within a transition, I'd suggest that you have a transition screen with an editable field which is only visible in your transition screen which has the objects from your read-only multiple field copied to it during the opening of the screen. The instructions to the user would be to remove any objects as necessary. Since the field is editable, the user could also add objects, but your post-function would only loop through the values submitted and remove them from the read-only field and not add any new ones.

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