Actually i created a new workflow for test case issue type. I have a project called 'Test' where there is a 'Software simplified workflow' and a customized 'Test Bug workflow' are associated. Now i created a new test case workflow for the customized issue type 'Test case'. Adding this test case workflow to that same scheme of Project 'Test' reflected its new status 'TC-Passed' in all other workflows throughout the JIRA projects.
Total JIRA system workflow itself got changed and am literally confused how its happened when i worked on only one 'TEST' Project and its workflows.
EX: 'In-Progress' option is changed to 'TC-Passed' throughout all issue types in Jira. It creates a huge impact in the JIRA Project.
Could anyone can help to resolve this issue asap.
Note: Am using JIRA Cloud version.(JIRA v1000.184.1)
Thanks in advance,
Did you rename an existing status in your test case workflow, or did you create a completely new status called TC-Passed? From your description it sounds like you renamed an existing status, that would explain why all your other workflows are affected too, since statuses are shared across all workflows.
Hi Mikael, Thanks for coming forward.Actually i have copied JIRA existing workflow and removed all statuses and added new status such as like TC-Ready to Run, TC-Run-in-Progress, TC-Passed, TC-Failed, Tc-Blocked, TC-Invalid.
But what i see in JIRA system workflow is 'TC-Ready to Run' in the place of 'Open' status and in 'In-Progress' status is replaced as 'TC-Passed'.
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