when i move an issue,
in some cases the 'map statuses' step is available,
and in some cases it's skip on this step ans i cant set the new status.
Does somone know why and also-
How can i set a defult value for the new status?
Hi, @noa harel !
This steps depends on workflow of new "issue type"(or "new project" with the similar "issue type").
If workflow exists that status - "map status"-step wll be skiped.
If it does not exist you should set another status from the workflow from another issue type (or project with the same issue type, but different workflow).
Also you can read it in the documentation:
Issue Status — You may have set up custom issue statuses as part of a workflow. If you have assigned a custom status to your issue, and it does not exist in your target project, you must select a new issue status for your issue. You cannot arbitrarily change the issue status, i.e. the option to change the issue status will only appear if you are required to change it.
Im not quite sure i got you.
with your permission, i'll explain my use case:
We dont use portal.
We have built an integration from our mobile app which create an issue with deafult request type in jira service managemrnt.
Then an agent classifies it to the right issue type by "move operatin" which cause the "request type" become "none".
Maybe is there a way to set the request type while moving the issue to the right issue type?
Hi, @noa harel !
It looks like a new question =)
In that case your Agents can't move/create issues in that issue type with out "request type" and can set it during "moving"-operation.
Also can set different schemes for each issue type(if you need it).
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