SLAs constantly "Updating" and not appearing on tickets Edited

We have several Service Desk projects for which we are constantly being prompted to "Update" SLAs in the Project Settings.

When "Updating," it runs the updating bar and does not stop. Ever. If I stop it manually, it prompts me to update it again.

Secondly, we have added some SLAs to one of these projects. Because it never Updates, these SLAs never appear on the tickets.

This is a very urgent issue for us that we need to be resolved right away!

Running JIRA 7.4 and Service Desk 3.7.

URGENT - Now the Time to Resolution field has completely disappeared from Tickets and column views. This is completely urgent and needs to be resolved immediately. Please tell me how to fix this issue.

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Susan Hauth Community Champion Oct 16, 2017

Hi Adriana,

I think there might be a configuration problem with the SLA that you created?  Can you edit it and review it to ensure that it's not set up incorrectly?

Susan

Jack Brickey Community Champion Oct 16, 2017

it would also be good to know how long it ran before you stopped and the number of issues in the project(s) in question.

I've left it running the "Update" sequence for up to two and a half hours before. There are roughly 1200 tickets in one of the projects and about 400 in the other project.

Before this issue started, the "Update" sequence would run for about seven-eight seconds.

After a while, the "Updating" bar goes from stripes to a solid but unfilled line.

"Time to Resolution," "Pending," and "Waiting on Customer" SLAs are not appearing on ANY tickets.

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This never goes away, even after "Updating" several times:

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Jack Brickey Community Champion Oct 18, 2017

@Adriana Wolfe, did you ever get this resolved? If you are still experiencing I would suggest opening a support ticket w/ Atlassian.

Yes, I opened a ticket with Atlassian a few days ago. I suspect it is a major and potential problem with either our system or the software, I'm afraid. :(

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