I have a scriptrunner post function that sets an issue's summary to values provided in the create stage. Its a simple issue.setSummary(collection of values toString()).
Post Function Code:
String mSummary = issue.getSummary()
//insight asset manager object
def customObject = customFieldManager.getCustomFieldObject(ID)
Object customObjectValue = issue.getCustomFieldValue(customObject)
mSummary = customObjectValue.toString().replaceAll("\\[|\\]","")
When I open the Open Issues, all issues do not show what I've set the summaries by code, instead it shows the default summary "REPLACED_ON_CREATE".
However when if I click on an issue in the list the list object changes to show the summary value I've set in code and when I open the issue it shows correct values I've set by code.
If I refresh the Open Issues list, the summaries go back to the default "REPLACED_ON_CREATE" value until I click on them again and they update to the values I set in code.
Additionally, I cannot search on the values I've set for the summary in code. My search results ONLY return on the default value "REPLACED_ON_CREATE".
New issue -> default summary is "REPLACED_ON_CREATE" -> post function change to "Test Issue 1 catagory 1" -> Issue shows in list as KEY-### REPLACED_ON_CREATE -> click on issue and now shows as KEY-### "Test Issue 1 catagory 1" -> When searching no results show for "test" or "issue" or "catagory" or "Test Issue 1 catagory 1", only "REPLACED_ON_CREATE"
Jira Workflow Toolbox's "copy a parsed text to a field" post function resolved my issue. I still don't know why the above code would not work within scriptrunner.
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