Our QA is working with HP-QC (Quality Center) in order to recorded bug.
Our R&D is working with JIRA and is exposed to QA sync bugs at Jira.
The state is that a new bug /issue ID that opened at QC is duplicated via HP-ALM sync. tool to JIRA and opened at JIRA and each change at JIRA by R&D is sync. to QC.
My issue is that I can reflect issue ID # at JIRA via JIRA system field QcBugId
but I can't reflect issue ID # from JIRA to QC
Please guide me how to reflect JIRA issue ID # at QC.
Your answer a little bit confused me .
What I want is to have a field at JIRA (Custom field ) that the field value will be the bug ID # for each opened bug
At below opend bug you can see that JIRA bug id # = 184
I would like to insert this # to custom field- JIRA Bug ID
Argh, sorry, I completely misread that, it's not the CQ bug id. The question is actually "how do I duplicate the issue id into an edit screen" - that's actually quite hard, and utterly unnecessary - it's already being displayed about the edit box, at the start of your red arrow. So I'm a little confused as to what you are trying to do? Why are you repeating something you already have?
Hi Nic, I need to duplicate the issue ID at custom field in order to use this # at our internal process . The new created custom filed will be unvisable to the user but it will help us with our internal process.
I know that this issue is quite hard ,that is the reason that I ask for help. :)
Mmm, sounds utterly pointless to me, when you've already got the number on-screen. Anyway, you can't do it on Cloud, you need code that would split the number out and duplicate it redundently on-screen. Although if it's invisible to the user, there's actually nothing to do because no-one will see it.
The code I could send you depends entirely on how you you want to implement it. As a field plugin? A derived field (I'd use the script runner for that)? I still don't understand the need for the number when it is already on-screen in front of you.
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