This should be easy but I must be doing something wrong.
I am on JIRA 5.0.7.
We use HTML format as a default.
I am looking to add the Fix Version(s) to the email for issue udpates.
On my server I go to:
I added the following table row with some simple text:
</td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td> This is a test of the e-mail template system. </td> </tr> #end #parse("templates/email/html/includes/footer.vm")
I then changed this file as well:
and changed the text from:
($issue.key) $issue.summary - Test
I save my files and restart JIRA. I change an issue and get an e-mail but I do not see any of my changes.
I thought this could be done directly via the templates or do I have to have the src code.
Or is there a step I am missing here.
Yes you should be able to do that, the steps are right. Are you getting a text or a html notification (for the content), the subject change should work, I do this a lot.
It might be silly, but is there one and only one JIRA installation on your machine?
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