We're using Confluence 5.4.3 with Jira 6.1.6 and Service Desk 1.2.1.
In the edit issue view in Jira, the "Create KB article" button shows up inconsistently - some issues have it, some don't.
They're all in the same Service desk enabled project, of the same issue types, and there seems no obvious pattern about when they were created/edited/resolved.
Please see attached screenshots of two virtually identical issues - one that displays, the other that doesn't.
Hmm. The only thing that I know of that controls whether that option appears is if the user has "create page" permissions in the space the knowledge base article is going in. Could you check that (although I doubt it because I think the same project/issue type means it should be landing in the same place. Not 100% sure of that though)
Thanks Nic, I already checked that. All our jira-users group have add page permissions to this space. This sporadic problem is occuring irrespective of the user - I have full permissions to everything and they are my screenshots attached.
I've just done some more digging and realised that the only issues that have the link are the ones created via the web portal - issues created directly in Jira don't have the button. So, that explains it, but is it right that it works in this way? The Service desk is enabled for a project, and so I would expect all issues in the project to be treated the same, regardless of where they originated from.
Hmm. So would I, but this does seem to be coded behaviour - I've just tried it on my installs, and I get the same as you.
I think this should be raised with Atlassian! Not really a bug, but it's something I'd like to be able to enable - I don't see why I should have to raise issues via the service desk just to have the option of creating an article from it (as a developer, I'd like to scribble it based on an agile card)
I think this might be related to https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JSD-38, tickets that are not opened via Service Desk do not have the Customer Request Type field set so certain Service Desk features (like viewing in the Customer Portal) are not enabled.
I'm going to test the workaround in that ticket for using JIRA Automation Plugin to set that field and see if that addresses this issue.
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