I have behavior that is attached to a custom field (Client Type). If the Client Type changes, I need to reset another custom field (State) to None so that the user has to pick it again.
This works fine while making changes to different fields on the form, but the behavior also runs when I submit the Create form and wipes out the other custom field so the form throws an error because the 2nd custom field is required and has been reset to None.
The value of the Client Type field did not change but the code is still running. I have verified the through logging.
log.debug("Running Client Type field code")
def ClientTypeField = getFieldById(getFieldChanged())
def selectedClientType = ClientTypeField.getValue().toString()
log.debug("Client Type = " + selectedClientType)
def stateField = getFieldByName("State")
Why is the behavior running when I submit the form???
It's possible caused by this bug here: Field server-side behaviour scripts trigger when create/edit window opened before the user has interacted with the field
When you submit the form and an error message is thrown, it reload the screen and the field server-side behaviour scripts triggered before/without interacting with the field.
That is not my experience...
What I normally see is that the script runs once when you open the screen (be that for create, edit or any transition) and the form is initialized with its starting value. FOr create that could be "null" or the default value for the context. For edit/transition, that would be with the value coming from the issue object in the back-end.
Then, it executes only when you change the value.
I've never seen it executing when submitting the form.
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