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Display Sub-task Resolution fields on Parent Issue

Display Sub-task Resolution fields on Parent Issue

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Jack Community Leader Jan 20, 2020

Hi @binjan shah , unfortunately it is not possible to configure the displayed fields for the sub-task view in a parent issue. While there may be an addon that would afford a solution I am not familiar with one.

url: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Jira-questions/Display-Sub-task-custom-fields-on-Parent-Issue/qaq-p/237885

above is the solution i found for the same but i am not able to find the id as mentioned in the resolution! can you help me out if you find the same by doing the menthod/steps mentioned in the link.

FYI: i have jira version 4.4.4

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Mirek Community Leader Jan 20, 2020

Wow! Jira 4.4.4? Really? :) That was a long time ago :)

I get you point @binjan shah .. You want to view some sub-tasks values on the parent (were is the sub-tasks section).

That was possible by modifying the property jira.table.cols.subtasks

Since 4.4 this is no longer done via jira-application.properties file.. You should be able to go to Advanced Settings and have it there.

If you want to have a resolution field I think you do not need a ID since this is a system field.. I think that was reserved to custom fields.. Simply try "resolution".. I am checking this API and see "resolution" as a field so it might work (cannot verify this since no longer having 4.4 installed :))

https://docs.atlassian.com/software/jira/docs/api/4.4/func-test-javadoc/com/atlassian/jira/webtests/ztests/bundledplugins2/rest/client/Issue.Fields.html

Anyway if you need an ID you need to hover over any operation related to a specific custom field (e.g Edit) to see the ID in your URL (or database, but this is more complex solution)

Yes i have tried the same but changes didnt reflect!!.

Mirek Community Leader Jan 23, 2020

Just to make sure.. Did you restarted Jira after applying the parameters?

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