Im experimenting and learning about Screens, Screen schemes and Issue type screen schemes. I can find the edit-screen and the create-screen but i dont understand where and when the view-screen shows.
The view screen is the list of fields that will display on the issue UI. Generally most Edit Screens are also set up to be the view screen in the screen scheme, like the example below.
if you can not see it, then most likely a view screen has not been set up in that screen scheme.
Edit and create works fine, the view operation is also linked correctly. When i add a field in the View Screen for Stories it gets added to the screen, but among much more information. In below screenshot i have Ranking as the only field in the View Screen for Stories, and it is included, but with much more information. What determines all other fields that shows?
Well an Issue needs a Summary, Issue Type, Resolution, Created & Updated date, Description and status. So those are the minimal fields that will show on your UI.
So basically, you have to have them.
The reason security level does not show is because it has permissions associated with it. It is more of a standard out-of-the-box field, that you can use if you want, than a system field.
There are three screens for every issuetype (not exactly but works for the explanation).
So you can have a maximum of three different screens for every issuetype (you can obviously have only one and put it as default.
A little bit messy, but this is jira, not the most friendly tool you're going to find
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