Hi, I'm using Jira 4.3 version.
Is there an configuration to point 'Labels’ field to point to ‘Fix Version/s’ field by default.
For e.g. if 'Fix Version/s' value is entered as '1.1', the 'Labels' value should automatically show '1.1' .
Can this be accomplished ?
Thanks in advance.
Use JIRA Suite utilities plugin and copy the value from FixVersion to Labels in a post function (Copy Value From Other) in "Create Issue" transition (if you are collecting fixVersion during issue creation) and also in all transitions that changes the FixVersion. And remove FixVersion from the edit screen.
I have not tested it, it may work.
I'm not sure that'll work - I think the Jira suite utilities can only copy between fields of the same broad type (text -> text, date -> date etc). In this case, you'll be copying Version -> Label.
I do have one reservation about it as well - version names can have spaces in them. Labels can't. So I have a horrid feeling that you'll need code even if the JSU works, because the JSU copying "Our Fix 12.3" will create labels "our", "fix" and "12.3" and you need to code for renaming it to "our_fix_12.3" or something.
Still can't hurt to try it though.
You need to find or write a listener that will pick up any events that are fired by changes to the issue, reads the event for the change of version, and duplicates the version information into the labels field.
If you need to write one (I'm pretty sure you do, I'm not aware of a plugin that provides this already), then it may be worth installing the "Jira script runner" and using that to do it.
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