Add Configuration Parameters for Custom Field

Hey,

I currently have implemented a String Customfield called BillingCodeField that extends AbstractSingleFieldType<String>. For this customfield I have the edit.vm implementing a cascading select box populated by AJAX calls to a JIRA REST Resource.

What I would like to do is when I add the Field and enter the initial configuration or just edit the configuration is have more configurations than just Field Name and Description. What I would like is to add my own configuration text fields there that I could then access within my edit.vm like defining where the REST Resource is, or defining certain filter parameters to pass in my AJAX Call.

Anyone have places I could start in terms of figuring out how to do this? I've tried googling and searching Answers but it hasn't yielded me any results yet.

Thanks

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You'll need to create your own ConfigurationItemType and add it to the return value of the getConfigurationItemTypes() method in your BillingCodeField class. You can check out the com.atlassian.jira.issue.customfields.impl.SelectCFType for an example of how this works.

Hope that helps!

Thanks, this has pointed me in the right direction.

Guys, hello.

These all are quite useful, but I didn't get to the point.

I've done all mentioned above and now I stuck at saving configuration's parameter value.

How can it be done and where it can be saved?

I want to create a field, that will be incremented each time, that some event fires. Name of event must be stored in this configuration.

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