I want to Add a Transition screen on Step "Fail" of my Test case in JIRA.
Is it possiable as a Admin i add the field name in Transition screen as per my requirement.
As Step Test case "Fail" i needed following Field in New Screen ::
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Thanks a Lot!
Short answer is yes - look at the workflow, find oout what the transition screen for "fail" and amend it.
PLEASE note that you do not mean "step" here, you mean "transition". Steps are static points that you move between and do not have screens because they are irrelevant (a screen for what?).
I have no idea.
It depends on what you have configured in your workflow.
As I said before, look at the workflow to find out what you've done - it will name the screen you need to look at (or say "none" if you haven't defined one - you can always add a screen here if that is how you currently have it)
Reply from Roine on transition screen for Fail transition.
You just add a Screen in JIRA (as an administrator). In the screen, add the fields you want to have there. Then, when editing the transition, you select the screen in the drop-down.
My Query :
I wnat to just now i as a Admin can design screen with the required field and give this screen some name then select from drop down at Fail transation.
Please if u help me or provide me some more detail.
I don't understand what the problem here is.
You've been told to identify the screen in use for the transtion and then either change it, or swap to a new screen. In both cases, you add the fields you want to see.
There's no question here that has not been answered. I really do not understand where you are stuck.
I have to confirm one thing if my JIRA admin degin transation screen for Test case "Fail" step can i locked new Bug using this screen by entering data in follwoing fields ?
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Please correct me
I'm afraid I still cannot make any sense of what you are saying.
What Bug ID? Do you mean issue id? What has this got to do with editing a screen that you might be linking into a workflow? You've never mentioned test cases before, is that an issue type?
I try to understand you step vise:
1.Newly created transation screen is open when i click on "Fail" button correct.
2.Transation screen have all fields that i mention above
(i.e Issue Type,Bug Summary,Priority,Components,Affects Versions etc )
3.Now after entering data in all fields.
4.When i click on save button of fail transation screen.
5.New Issue ID is created into the system having issue type (bug)
Am i correct ?
That what i want to confirm from you.
No, that's wrong.
I'm now guessing that you're muddled up about what you are doing, or you have not told us what you are actually doing at all. My best guesses at what you *might* be doing are:
In both cases, you need to start all over again because all the stuff above is about the current issue going through the transition and not really relevant for either of them.
Yes i mean to say "about issue creation" you are right.
So there is no way Issue created when user click on Fail button then finally click on Fail button of transation screen.
Please help if you have any solution. its very critical in my project.
I am wating for a good suggesation!
Thanks a LOT
>So there is no way Issue created when user click on Fail button then finally click on Fail button of transation screen.
That makes no sense whatsoever. If they click on fail, they are already IN an issue, there's nothing to create.
I'm still not sure what the question is, but assuming you really are talking about issue creation, then
1. Forget about all the time you've wasted on transition information
2. Look at the "issue type screen scheme"
3. There is a screen in there that will be used when you click "create issue"
4. Put your fields on that screen (or select the one you've done for the transtion)
Yes, you can, with a bit of work with addo-ons or code, but that is NOT what you've been talking about.
We can't work with half-truths, unclear specifications, contradictory statements and you not answering questions, we need clarity. For example, you just said "yes we're talking about issue create", so I told you how to look at issue create, and now you've said exactly the opposite.
PLEASE, make up your mind what you are trying to do, and then EXPLAIN it to us, clearly and simply.
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