We have a scenario for logging issues after they are resolved and I am trying to keep this process as simple as possible.
I have a workflow where the item is created in the "Closed" status and all that is required is a summary and a description (and the project of course). However, when adding a post-function to set the Resolution, i am still getting all issues in "Unresolved" state. Is this documented as the expect behavior because the transition is the "Create" transition?
As we are hosted onDemand, there is no access to scripting to work around this issue.
Thank you for any insight or input
Upon further research, I stumbled upon this paragraph in the documentation:
Which specifies that in order to set the Resolution during the "create" transition, you must add an extra post function AFTER your "Update Issue Field" post function for the Resolution field. That extra post-function is "Store Issue".
I have succesfully implemented this in our workflow and it works as advertised.
Thank you for posting this! I needed the same function, and this works perfectly.
Another option is to create a transition from "Closed" to "Closed" and use Automation to run that transition upon creation. This was my hack before I implemented the above instructions. That transition was more handy as a manual way to set the resolution while I was troubleshooting this ordeal.
Yes, it probably is the post-function, it behaves oddly on "create"
Would it be possible to simply add the resolution field to the "create" screen for these scenarios - Jira always sets a resolution if you put it on screen, so it would work (especially if you set the default appropriately)
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