to rule out the obvious here....
are the issue all of the same issue type with the same workflows? if not then bulk change can become a multistep process since the transitions can be different. Can you provide more details about the bulk transaction: issue types, workflows, action being taken?
From the image you posted it appears you are only trying to change 2 items. What I might try, just to figure out what is going on is to try a bulk change of a single item and observe results. Then figure out the next move.
the 2 items its just a example the same happens if a I take more, the issue type are different and doesnt matter if are the same, the workflow its the same for all the pojects, i did this too many times without a error but not now.
In the images i try with 11 issues but in the screen of the bulk operation the system just show 2
thanks for the images they help. I have never transitioned multiple issue from Kanban via bulk move but rather simply dragged them. Generally I use the bulk move from an issue query screen. However, I suspect you will see the same results if you attempt there.
I assume if you edit transition each one individually they are successful?
From the images I am assuming the last step never progresses, clicking Refresh = no changes...and that is your point. I have never experienced this issue so my input is limited to ideas of things to try to better understand the cause:
Depending on what the results are I would contact support.
the issues dont change and yes if i make the transition one by one works, if i try the drag the system doesn't permit do this, but i did the bulk change too many times without a error but not now.
i dont know the reason but its important to me do this because i need make transition of around 157 issues
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