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I'm looking for a list with properties to set on a transition in the workflow.
Is such a list available anywhere?
Up till now I only found the opsbar-sequence to be set and the i18n property key for renaming the transition button.
I suggest the following links, especially J-tricks - which provide some nice features.
Atlassian Documentation https://confluence.atlassian.com/jira/workflow-properties-189949.html
I know the Confluence page you refer to. The J-tricks link is all about "permissions based on workflow status". So you can set a property for a specific status. This is already used by us.
What I'm looking for is properties to be set for a transition. As I mentioned up till now I only found the opsbar-sequence and the i18n property key.
So a list with properties for the transition would be helpful.
Hey @Marcel Plomp,
the transition properties are documented in the first link. That are the default properties.
You can get / use some more with additional plugins like Extentions (Service Pack for Service Desk)
@Marcel Plomp (inactive) - The only 3 that I would suggest using are:
jira.field.resolution.include -- to provide a whitelist of resolutions to be available to user during transition
I would stay away from the other properties as these can(and should) be handled with configurations in the GUI, like conditions and permissions. Administrators should be careful when using workflow properties, especially if you are not maintaining separate documentation on the workflows. They are very easy to miss and forget and can cause a great deal of confusion, especially if workflows get copied for re-use.