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Jira Insights - Dependency type cannot be removed


i was testing different things in Insights while creating our Schema.

I tried to add addtional reference types for better filters. I entered "Test" into the field and pressed enter, hoping it would automatically add a new type.

This did work.

2021-02-12 14_36_37-Object Schemas - Jira.png

I then tried to remove it, which didn't work.

When checking the Global Configuration, "Test" did not show up.

2021-02-12 14_37_03-Global Configuration - Jira.png

For testing, i added another "Test" in the Global Configration, which then results in a duplicate entry.

2021-02-12 14_38_02-Object Schemas - Jira.png

I can delete the second Test just fine, by editing the Global Configuration, however i see no way to remove the first Test.


How can i clean this up ?



Cornelius Weinschrod



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Hana Kučerová Community Leader Feb 12, 2021

Hi @cornelius.weinschrod ,

welcome to the Atlassian Community!

There is a global configuration with the global links and also an object scheme's configuration with the scheme's links.

So, please try to navigate to your scheme's configuration and tab References. It should be there :-).

This is what i did as you can see in the middle screenshot. 

It is not there, which is the reason i made this post.

2021-02-12 16_04_58-Global Configuration - Jira.png

But in the menu 

2021-02-12 16_06_12-.png


Hana Kučerová Community Leader Feb 12, 2021

Hi @cornelius.weinschrod ,

provided middle screenshot is from the global configuration. But when you've created the reference for the first time, the record was added to your object scheme, so you will find it in the object scheme's configuration, not in the global configuration.

So, please, navigate to the Object Schemes -> in the list of your schemes click on the Cog icon -> Configure (to get to your scheme's configuration) -> tab References.

Hi @Hana Kučerová 


thanks, you're right. Thanks a lot!

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