I have Jira SD 4.5.0 staret pack. In next year we plan to buy more licenses, but this problem prevents us from doing this.
Field sd.request.participants.field.name: not translated into Russian. What can be done to fix this?
Very sorry to hear about this problem. I think you are seeing at least one known bug here, but you also might be affected by a second as well. To help us better understand your environment, could you please let me know the following:
While the source of the bug has been fixed in versions 8.3.1 and higher, which you must be using since you have JSD 4.5.0 right now, it is still possible that some plugins such as service desk still have the lingering remains of this bug because the plugin's custom fields, like sd.request.participants.field.name. Fortunately, we have a helpful KB to address this in Custom field names shows message keys instead of values - JRASERVER-69388.
While that KB has detailed steps you can take to make REST calls to attempt to correct this, I want to first make sure that this field was translating as you would expect before trying these steps. If it was translated correctly in the past, then please proceed. If it was not, then those steps probably won't help here.
If the field was not translating as expected in the past, then there is another potential reason the field might only ever be called 'requested participants' instead of the translated version. That reason can be explained by a related bug in JSDSERVER-2326.
Installing Service Desk will create several custom fields (ie. Customer Request Type, Request participants, etc. When the default language is English, these custom fields will be created in English (name and description). When the default language is another language, these fields will be created in the said language. For example, French would be Participants à la requête and Type de requête client.
I don't think that you are seeing this other problem in your case, because I can see that your status names, SLA, and other Service Desk specific fields appear to be in Russian as well, and these are only generated in this way when Jira system language was set to Russian at the time Service Desk was first installed. But I wanted to explain this part in more detail in case other users search this topic and come across this same problem. Perhaps this part will help them.
Please try the steps in that KB, and let me know if you run into any problems with this.
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