In Crucible, I came across the instructions transitionaing Jira issues upon review completion here:
In the "Notes" at the bottom of the page, it says "Administrators can activate or deactivate JIRA Issue Transitions at a global level via the Administration interface."
Where in the Administration interface is this setting?
I searched for this information on the interwebs and didn't find it. By just clicking through all the links in the Crucible Administration interface, I came across a checkbox for JIRA Issue Transitions under Smart Commits. I don't think this is 'global level' access being referred to in the 'Transitioning Jira Issues' documentation. Mainly because I have it checked, but I still don't see the transition select box when closing a review.
Does anyone know where this setting is?
Using Crucible v2.9.1 and JIRA 5.2.1
So I see the documentation for this has been updated to specify that "JIRA administrators can activate or deactivate JIRA issue transitions (the workflow) from the JIRA administration interface."
I also now includes a link to activating workflow in JIRA. I was still a bit confused because that page talks about activating the JIRA workflow. In our instance, the JIRA workflow is assigned to our default workflow on our default project as it always has.
I think what they mean is that the JIRA workflow transition step properties need to be marked as editable.
To change the workflow transition step properties, I followed these steps:
Link to updated documentation:
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