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Jira Cloud: How to make a custom field mandatory based on value of another custom field

I have a cascading field which has two options (let's say Option A and Option B). For Option A, I have two other sub-options (Opt1 and Opt2) but for the Option B I have only one sub-option (Opt2).

I need to make the custom field called "EndDate" mandatory if Option B is selected.

Since there are no Behaviours in Jira Cloud, I am not really finding any solution for this.

Do you have any suggestions?

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Jack Brickey Community Leader Jun 09, 2022

Hi @Xheneta G_ Hyseni , indeed you would need something like Scriptrunner behaviors to achieve this in cloud. There is not an OOTB solution.

What a pity! I guess, I have to split the cascading fields into two fields and see what I can do via the workflow. -__-

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