Custom field Javascript migration from Jira 4.4 to 5.1

Hi,

Currently using Jira 4.4, we have a custom field than is populating 2 other fields using onchange.

We plan to upgrade to Jira 5.1, but the javascript isn't working anymore as Jira5 doc mentions, which is a lillte sad...

Anyway, would anyone be kind enough to help me (and probably many other users) make the following code work in Jira 5.1.

<script type="text/javascript">
            function generateURL() {
                var sel = document.getElementById('customfield_10023');
                var selText = sel.options[sel.selectedIndex].text;
                var Fieldtoreadonly = document.getElementById("customfield_10023");

                selText = selText.substr(selText.lastIndexOf('(') + 1);
                selText = selText.substr(0, selText.indexOf(')'));

                document.getElementById('customfield_10761').value = 'http://intranet/wiki/index.php/' + selText ;


switch (selText) {
case '4464': document.getElementById('customfield_10763').value = 'Aviser direction si support pour emballeuse (interface)' ;
break;
case '4564': document.getElementById('customfield_10763').value = 'Aviser direction si support pour emballeuse (interface)' ;
break;
case '4470': document.getElementById('customfield_10763').value = 'Aviser direction si support pour emballeuse (interface)' ;
break;
case '4467': document.getElementById('customfield_10763').value = 'Aviser direction si support pour emballeuse (interface)' ;
break;

default:document.getElementById('customfield_10763').value = '';
break;
}

            }

            window.onload = function() {
                document.getElementById('customfield_10023').onchange = generateURL;
            }
        </script>



In advance, thank you!

6 answers

Thanks for the reply,

I tried that but it does not work when creating/updating the issue from the "popup"

If I open the edit window in a new tab, then it works as expected...

You could use the .live() method from jQuery (AJS).

http://api.jquery.com/live/

You could use the .live() method from jQuery (AJS).

http://api.jquery.com/live/

Hi,

thanks for the suggestion, and sorry for the delay, it's vacation season!!

But i'm a little lost, would someone be kind enough to have the code in first post adapted to work with the jquery .live method?

in advance, thank you

window.onload = function() {
   document.getElementById('customfield_10023').onchange = generateURL;
}

becomes

window.onload = function(){
    AJS.$('#customfield_10023').live("change",generateURL);
}

Florin, Thanks for the reply,

The code works, but only if I open the form in a new window still, the create/edit popup doesn't call the code, still the same situation...

regards

This is how i did it:

<script type="text/javascript">
(function($) {   
   
    AJS.toInit(function(){
		//function  
    });
   
    JIRA.bind(JIRA.Events.NEW_CONTENT_ADDED, function (e, context) {
		//function  
    });
})(AJS.$);
 </script>

I got it working this way too.

Have same issue, want to be able to have javascript fire for creates and edits. But trying to understand this code...would })(AJS.$); in John's code example be the following to work for Mike's issue?

})(AJS.$('#customfield_10023').live("change",generateURL));

or ?

you have to bind your code in NEW_CONTENT_ADDED event

JIRA.bind(JIRA.Events.NEW_CONTENT_ADDED, function (e,context) {
alert("Hello!!!");
});

i have given link in my answer!!

The Best way to use Javascript in jira is by using webresource, check the following post

https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/47843/strange-javascript-problem-in-create-screen

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