I have two Projects i.e. Project A and Project B. I need to create a bug from A and assign that bug to the Project B since the issue is releated to Project B or the bug of Project A should be created in Project B when a ceratain field such as COMPONENT field contain a value related to project B.
I do not have access to project B So I cannot open directly in project B. Once a bug is created that bug is reported in Project A and should be Reported in project B too.
I could have created a bug in Project A and in the Assignee field I could mention the ServiceID of Project B by which Users of Project B get email notification but doig so would not create a bug in Project B. User in project B will only get email notification.
If I have understood you correctly, you'd like members of the Project A be able to create bugs in Project B without giving them access to Project B?
Have you though about achieving this with an Issue Collector?
If you are using Confluence as well, you could embed the Issue Collector into your team's wiki page.
@Jakub Pierzchała, Thanks for information.
Yes, you are correct.
I went through the link and documentation but could not find a ssolution of steps # 3 which is liste below. FYI.. I am not a core JIRA Admin, I am just a project Admin. My JIRA Core Admin do not have the solution of my request so i opened up a question.
Does JIRA Core Admin need to enable the Issue Collector 1st in the JIRA environemnt? so that I as a Project Admin can configure on my project?
Thanks in Advance.
To access all issue collectors configured in JIRA:
I have multiple projects that use variations of the same base workflow. The variations depend on the requirements of the project or issue type. The variations mostly come in the form of new statuses ...
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