This doesn't seem like a feature from JIRA.
Maybe you updated a plugin that added this post-function to your workflow.
I'd advise you to remove the post-function and create a backup of the workflow when you are publishing it, just in case this post-function is needed for something else.
Hope this helps,
Are you sure that the same workflow was not having this post function in 4.4? The workflow cannot just get a new post function because of JIRA upgrade. Someone has to explicity add it. You should talk to your other JIRA administrators who might have changed it.
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Anyway, see below the post functions. I too believe that some plugin did that. At least it wasn't any of us, we don't even have a "JT" project.
All Conditions (1) Validators (0) Post Functions (7) Script workflow function : Clones an issue and links. Issue will be cloned to project JT With issue type: null — THEN The Resolution of the issue will be cleared. — THEN Set issue status to the linked status of the destination workflow step. — THEN Add a comment to an issue if one is entered during a transition. — THEN Update change history for an issue and store the issue in the database. — THEN Re-index an issue to keep indexes in sync with the database. — THEN Fire a Arbeit an Vorgang begonnen event that can be processed by the listeners.
do you have the groovyrunner plugin installed ? the post function may be related to that plugin. However I can't offer any further explanation as to how a post function could be added into a workflow during an upgrade. I would not expect that to ever occur as it would raise a fairly large integrity problem for ongoing upgrades.
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