JIRA 6.1.5 - View Screens show missing Workflows tied to each screen

Hi all,

 

We are using JIRA 6.1.5 and had to import a few projects (as a part of our eventual migration to JIRA 6.3.7).  As a part of the import, we had to also import some workflows.  The import brought over some screens, some of which are duplicates to the ones we already have in 6.1.5.

However, the View Screens page (by clicking on Administration->Issues->Screens) does not show any workflows tied to any of the Screens.  We need to identify which workflow use the duplicate (there are a few – about 15) so that we can tell it to use the screen already in 6.1.5 so we can remove the dups.

How can we refresh the system (re-indexing did not work) such that the workflows come back for each screen?

Thanks,

Todd

1 answer

Wow!  Very thought provoking and deafening silence!  

 

Seriously, with the lack of a response (and Googling didn't help), we went ahead and went into each workflow step individually and fixed up the screens one by one.  Very, very tedious and a time waster.  sad

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