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The organization that I work for currently uses JIRAs Issue Collector to allow non-JIRA users to submit maintenance requests to our facility services department. The unfortunate problem is that as long as the person submitting the ticket is not currently logged into JIRA, the feedback message does not contain the Issue key. That's one of the things that we would like to have in place, but I am unsure how to go about doing that. This issue has been noted on both our development server and our production server. Please let me know if I need to supply additional information.
JIRA Version: 6.4.7
JIRA-DEV Version: 6.3.15
Actually this makes no Sense at all. What does it matter if the person has the issue key (at least if they reach out to have it tracked they can then provide it). I know several "Issue Collector" style intakes that provide you a "Confirmation Number" doesn't mean I have access to their Project or even their systems. This is honestly a bad and almost lazy decision to not have it capable of providing a Ticket, Story, Feature, or some form of tracible confirmation number to the person submitting the item, without the use of a "add-on".
I mean why not take away 1 item you know everyone will want, make it an "Add-on" and then charge for it.
I guess that the Issue Collector is designed like that. It would make no sense to include the issue key if the reporter won't be able to access that.
We experienced the same issue, what I did was to customize our issue collector so that we can capture an email address and an ID in the issue collector.