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I want restrict editing of field in team managed project

I want restrict editing of field in team managed project, only certain group has to edit it

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Dave Mathijs Community Leader Nov 27, 2022

Hi @Rasajna Meka , to my knowledge, this is not possible for team-managed projects as the fields and issue layout are linked to the Issue types in the Project settings. There are no operation issue screens (create/edit/view issue screen) in team-managed projects.

Thank you @Dave Mathijs  any other workarounds possible like automation

Dave Mathijs Community Leader Nov 27, 2022

Don't think so, another reason why I never use or advise to use team-managed projects. So, a workaround would be to convert it into a company-managed project.

I thought of of converting to company managed project, but there were lot difficulties in converting as I have to create a new project and Move issues , is there any way to deal with it

Dave Mathijs Community Leader Nov 27, 2022

There is no other way around I'm afraid.

any known issues you figured out while you migrated/moved team managed to company managed project

Hi @Rasajna Meka 

I would suggest reading this article if you're considering migrating your team-managed project over to a company-managed project:

Things to keep in mind if you migrate from team-managed to company-managed

Team-managed projects and company-managed projects are technically quite different. Here's a few things to consider when you migrate from a team-managed software project to a company-managed software project:

  • Board statuses: If you customized your team-managed board, you'll need to set up the same statuses in your company-managed project's workflow. Only Jira admins can create and modify statuses and workflows. Learn more.

  • Custom fields: If you use custom fields in your team-managed project, a Jira admin needs to recreate the fields and add them to screen schemes and field configurations in your company-managed project. Custom field data will need to be recreated, otherwise it will be lost.

  • Issue types: If you added your own issue types to your team-managed project, you'll need to have a Jira admin recreate these using an issue type scheme that they associate to your new company-managed project. Learn more.

  • Project access: Access to company-managed projects is controlled by a permissions scheme. Only your Jira admin can update your company-managed project's permission scheme. Learn more.

  • Project and issue keys: Jira will automatically update the issue keys of migrated issues to reflect their new project. Any existing links to old issue keys will be automatically redirected.

  • Reports: Reports data won't be saved. Even though your issues will be retained, data for your project's Velocity and Burnup reports won't transfer over, and will be lost.

  • Story points estimation: This data will be lost. This is because the custom field that Jira uses to store estimates in company-managed projects (Story points) is different to the custom field used in team-managed projects (Story point estimate). 

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