This event triggers when a customfield's configuration is updated, as well as the description of the field or the field name.
I think that you wanted this to detect a change on the value of a customfield in a create or edit screen. Maybe you can do this with a watcher or a behaviour.
I attach a screenshot of an example.
I assume the screenshot shows me how the mentioned event works because I dont understand how that screenshot will help me with my question?
and yes Thats want im trying to do, whenever a dropdown value is changed on view or edit screen I want to trigger a groovyscript.
Yes, the screenshot just shows you the event that I said.
Thats want im trying to do, whenever a dropdown value is changed on view or edit screen I want to trigger a groovyscript.
You can do this with a behaviour, I leave you here some documentation that can help you -> Behaviours
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