How to a resolve an issue with a smart commit such that a resolution is also set?

If I #resolve an issue in a commit, the issue status is set to closed, but the Resolution field is left as "Unresolved".

How can I make it so that when an issue is resolved via a commit, it's resolution is set to something sane? 

 

Thanks,

Brett

 

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Hi Brett - 

This likely has to do with your JIRA workflow rather than the Smart Commit itself. I would guess that the #resolve transition in your workflow doesn't actually trigger a change in the workflow for that project.

Also - note that your workflow might have multiple transitions. 

Adam

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Look at the transition to closed.

Click on triggers and select the trigger you need for the commit and configure as needed.

Add a post-function to set the resolution field using the Update Field function.

Chris

 

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