you add resolution "Configured" in Admin->Resolutions first.
If you need the resolution to set while creation itself for all issues under Test
then you add Update Issue Field postfunction, in that you select Resolution field value as Configured and move down this after the issue creation postfunction.
Thanks for your fashion.
i have already added "Configured" in resolution, i have created below post functions in
1. Creates the issue originally.
2. The Resolution of the issue will be set to Configured.
3. Re-index an issue to keep indexes in sync with the database.
4. Fire a Issue Created event that can be processed by the listeners.
The same issue like below
The newly created issues are crossed out , but the resoltion is in "Unresolved" not updated.
Rambanam has given you the correct answers, although I'd suggest a post-function is better as you only want to set one value.
However, you must remember that setting the resolution will make Jira believe that your issue is "resolved" and hence crossed out in the UI, ignored in many reports because it's finished with, and so-on. For the vast majority of users, setting a resolution on create is a really bad idea.
Thanks for your update. I have tried the two way
1. I have configured Resoltuion field in create screen ( "Fixed" is the default value, and resolution is mandatory )
2. I have tried post function to update the resolution field when the task is created
I have faced the below same issue for that two scenarios
The task is crossed out in the UI ( like Nic Brough say ) but the Resolution field still in "Unresolved". Resolution field is not updated.
Please point out my mistake in this work flow.
Thanks is advance.
can you confirm this,
are you added "Configured" as a resolution under admin ---> Issues ----> Resolutions
and as @Nic said, adding resolutions on create screen is not a good idea.
you can create a select list custom field and add options to that and confugured to create screen
the following way you can configure postfunction on create issue transition
1.Go to Administration > Workflows
2.Click the link for the workflow in 'Steps' column
3.Click 'Open/New' link in the Step Name column
4.Click 'Create Issue' link in the Workflow browser (the inbound transition that arrives into the Open step)
5.Add a post-function, 'Update Issue Field', and set the Resolution field to desired Value (if necessary, create a draft so the workflow is editable)
Make sure the Post-function is the first step in the list
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