I use behaviours for my client side validation and I noticed recently that I am unable to specify the issue type for the mapping. I used to be able to do this because my old behaviours are still there working fine but if I try to recreate something similar it doesn't work. The only way I can get it working is if I select all projects and all issue types.
If anybody else has experienced this or can help out with a fix that would be extremely helpful.
It used to work fine for all combinations but now I cannot do Single project with a single issue type. Example : (The Custom field is used on bug) any project (any issue type) - works Project1 (any issue type) - works Project1 (Bug) - doesn't work and just to try it Project1 (Bug , Story) - doesn't work
This worked fine for me. What version of the plugin are you using? Do you two work for the same company? Finally can you run this in the script console, and paste me the output (privately if you like): import com.onresolve.jira.behaviours.BehaviourStoragePropertiesImpl import org.apache.commons.lang.StringEscapeUtils StringEscapeUtils.escapeHtml(new BehaviourStoragePropertiesImpl().getProjectMappingsAsText())
Hi Jamie, Yes we both work for the same company. I thought there might be a chance that this issue might not be able to be recreated easily sense I did not see any bugs open and I would expect something like this to get noticed rather quickly. I was thinking then that there might be some configuration or something that is bugged up and is not being wiped when the plugin is removed. This issue is affecting all of my environments. They run versions : Latest included in scriptrunner , 0.5.10 Output from Console : <Behaviours> <project pid="10002"> <issuetype id="1" configuration="1"/> <issuetype id="9" configuration="2"/> <issuetype id="14" configuration="3"/> <issuetype id="1" configuration="7"/> </project> <project pid="10002" configuration="5"/> </Behaviours>
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