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Jira Migration Assistant - Couldn't import workflow: Resolution -1

Was doing some test migrations from Jira Server 8.5.1 and had some projects import fine but others are failing with this message.

2020-07-21 16:00:14.774 ERROR SBX project-import We couldn't import Workflow 'SCT: RepairQ Workflow' because of 1 missing dependencies: Resolution -1. This caused 133 other items to fail. Check the reasons for the missing dependencies on your server site.

I haven't been able to find anything mentioning this Resolution -1 anywhere.  I checked the Resolutions in Issue Attributes and they all match and seemed the only obvious thing.  Does anyone have any information on what this error is referring to?

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Tom Lister Community Leader Jul 21, 2020

Hi @David Lewis 

a does your workflow set a resolution in a post function?

check if it uses a resolution value which is not in the target system.


Thank you so were right.  For some reason we had the resolution being set in a post function to -1 when a ticket was reopened.  Not sure where that came from but created a new resolution for Reopened and set it to that in the post function and was able to import successfully.

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Hi @David Lewis 

that helped me - we also had the problem and did not think of it

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