I am login as myself, we do have a user called "jiraadmin" who's name is "JIRA Admin". I have users reporting the same issue and they don't have admin rights. And I only have this issue for a particular project in our test environment. Is there any configuration can make that always automatically assign to "JIRA Admin" happen?
All Conditions (0) Validators (0) Post Functions (5) Add a new post function to the unconditional result of the transition. 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 Generic Event event that can be processed by the listeners. Edit
please verify if you have a postfunction on create issue.
In the workflow settings page click on step name (OPEN), then up on the right you will see Create. Click there and verify if there is a postfunction related to assign users.
FireShot Screen Capture #160 - 'View Workflow Step - Open - JIRA CE7 TEST instance 2' - 192_168_28_181_8070_secure_admin_workflows_ViewWorkflowStep_jspa_atl_token=BOG0-76LW-74RK-2M43Ia19b65d79465dd9150082fb09f59e3f9.png
Why do you say that begin work is the problem? It's only a common transition. I understand from the OP that the problem is: "found another problem. On Create panel, selecting the Assign to Me should put me as Assignee after creation but it leaves it as JIRA Admin."
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