The Behaviours plugin disables inline edit :(

I thought I had a major breakthrough for my QA team when I discovered the Behaviours plugin has long been installed on our instance yet totally unused. Finally, I could populate the Description field of bugs with QA's Steps to Reproduce template!!

Alas, it appears that adding a Behaviour to a field disables inline editing of that field from the View Issue screen.

I would really really like to give Bug Descriptions a default value without having to sacrifice inline editing. How can I do that?

Jira 7.1.9 ScriptRunner 4.3.5

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Joshua Yamdogo Community Champion Jan 12, 2018

Hi Todd,

In your version of ScriptRunner, inline editing is automatically disabled when a behavior is added to a field and the user won't be able to use the field on the view screen. One workaround provided is to manually set the field to be editable by placing code like this in the Initialiser Function of the behaviour:

def descField = getFieldById("description")
descField.setAllowInlineEdit(true)

 Josh

Woohoo! That's perfect! Thank you, Josh. The team is singing your praises.

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