alert( "Invalid length, must be no more than 33 characters" );
Unfortunately, it never works. I can get the JS to work on test forms OUTSIDE of JIRA. But there's something I'm missing to get it working in the ticket "Edit" screen. Anyone have any suggestions?
I think that simple JS validation in the Description field is really helpful for people unfamiliar with Groovy (Script Runner), but I'm surprised how little I'm finding on it.
many thanks for sharing your script here! It actually helped me a lot.
Your script is working in my customers JIRA (still on version 6.2.5): If the field contains more than 33 char and I click the "update" button on the edit screen, the error message pop-up is shown.
I adapted the call of the EventListener for our purpose: Now the listener is listening for events on the field itself instead of the "update" button and throws the error immediately if the field contains more than 33 char (keypress event instead of click event).
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