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I have no validator in the properties panel of the transition.

Deleted user Dec 10, 2019

How can I activate the validator property?

Jira Server Core 8.3.2. 

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Properties are inactive as in the picture below? 

Снимок экрана 2019-12-11 в 15.15.38.png

 

In this case, you probably have the project administrator permission but that's not enough. You should have Jira administrators permission

https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiracloud/advanced-workflow-configuration-776636620.html

I'm already in the group of the jira administrators, But I can't see the entry "Validators()".
Is there maybe a missing service or  plugin?zeb_jira_validator.jpg

please attach a screenshot where you expect to see "Validators()", but don't see it?

Here are two screenshots. (from the transition "ticket schließen") The red line marks the place where i expect the entry validators.

zeb_jira_trans_ticket_schliessen.jpgzeb_jira_trans_ticket_schliessen1.jpg

I think the term validator is corresponding to "Bestätigungen" in german. So in this case the issue is solved.

Can confirm, validators is translated to "Bestätigungen" if you've got it set to German.
Had to get used to it as well when switching from an English instance to a German one.

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