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Missing fields when configuring RTM into Jira fo the first time Edited

We are trying to use the Requirements and Test Management plugin for Jira for the first time, in a newly created project. In the left panel of the project at the bottom there is RTM Configuration. We clicked there and followed the Wizard up until the Fields Configuration step. We get this error:


It already left few things to set.

You have to add all required fields to your screens configuration of this project. Otherwise, our application won't work properly.

All required fields:


  • Fix versions
  • Components
  • Summary
  • Priority
  • Labels
  • RTM Environment
  • Assignee


When searching within Fields, including searching Custom fields, there is no Field that includes Fix. How do we get through the step of Field Configuration? Is there a manual or tutorial? Many thanks.


1 answer

Hi @Michael Glenn Williams , 
Currently, we don't support fields configuration. It means that fields are hardcoded into RTM screens. The fields listed are native Jira fields.

Fields customisation is already a feature on our roadmap.

In that ticket I also added screen by screen manual on how to add fields to the application:


If you will still struggle with configuration just write to our support team. We will do our best to help you! 

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