How does target destination (-1) no result step (loop) work?

Hello,

Can anybody tell me what target destination (-1) no result step (loop) work?

What is it intended to do? Are there any conditions to make it work?

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It's a transition that takes the user back to the current step. I've not actually used this in anger yet, so I'm not sure of the exact details.

Can you give me an use case example?

If you want person X to be able to edit an issue, but limit the fields they can edit. You have one screen for normal edit with some field and another screen for the transition with all of the fields. You then allow edit to all project users, but only allow the -1 transitional edit to (say) developers.

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