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JIRA Create Issue dialog - preselect pid & issueType

Andrei [errno] Apr 03, 2013

I would like to construct a URL that if clicked lands me on:

I know how to pre-select the Project ID (selectedProjectId=10603):

http://jira.example.com/secure/CreateIssue!default.jspa?selectedProjectId=10603

what parameter should I use to pre-select the issueType ID along with PID?

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Andrei [errno] Apr 04, 2013

the correct URL for the above screenshot:

http://jira.example.com/secure/CreateIssue!default.jspa?selectedProjectId=10603&issuetype=3

Vitor Pelizza Nov 10, 2014

That does the trick! There is some way of getting the just created issue's id?

RVal Apr 05, 2016

Had to replace selectedProjectId= with pid= in JIRA 6.4.9

http://jira.example.com/secure/CreateIssue.jspa?pid=10603&issuetype=3

 

Vitor Pelizza Apr 05, 2016

Recently, I've found another way to open the create issue/subtask dialog. Here it is:

// Create Subtask
JIRA.Forms
  .createSubtaskForm({parentIssueId: 10110})
  .asDialog({windowTitle: 'Create Subtask'})
  .show();
 
// Create Issue
JIRA.Forms
  .createCreateIssueForm({pid: 10000})
  .asDialog({windowTitle: 'Create Issue'})
  .show();

Now I don't have to create hidden links to open them anymore.

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Brahim ESSALEH Oct 20, 2016

How I can set the parent iD in as a parameter URL? 

I tried http://jira.example.com/secure/CreateIssue.jspa?pid=10603&issuetype=3&parentId=123

But it dosn't work

 

Vitor Pelizza Oct 20, 2016

I don't believe this is possible. You have to open it using javascript.

Oliver Eckle Feb 10, 2019

Is using JIRA.Forms still up to date or should i use AJS.Dialog instead? or is that something different?

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Henning Tietgens Apr 03, 2013

You can look on the project page. On the summary page there are buttons for the first issue types with the correct links for it. E.g. you have to use http://jira.example.com/secure/CreateIssue.jspa?pid=10150&issuetype=40.

Henning

Andrei [errno] Apr 03, 2013

oh, right... thanks! - how could I forget that?

this works, although I am still curious if there is a way to preselect both PID and IssueType for the view in my screenshot

Linus Lindroth Feb 27, 2015

Hi, is there a way of not getting the huge ERROR sign saying: "You are not logged in, and do not have the permissions required to create an issue in this project as a guest. To create an issue first log in" That is quite annoying for a user that has never used JIRA before. Does not look very professional. I would like to get to the login screen immediately.

Yes, you need to login to JIRA before you access the create links or you can login directly from the create link. This is because JIRA needs to authorise that you are JIRA user before you can create a JIRA issue.

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Henning Tietgens Apr 04, 2013

If found something even better :-) You can use this

<div id="create-issue">
<a href="/secure/CreateIssue.jspa?pid=10603&issuetype=15" class="create-issue-type" data-pid="10603" data-issue-type="15">create issue</a>
</div>

to open a popup Create Issue screen if your JIRA version supports this. The data-... parameter must match the ids of the link (in fact, the link isn't even used if the popup could be opened).

Because of the needed surrounding element with id "create-issue" there will be some CSS formating applied to the link, which maybe you want to manually remove by applying some style parameter.

Henning

Henning Tietgens Apr 04, 2013

Ok, this is not a simple URL.... I use this to display a "support" link on every page through the announcment banner and want to share it :-)

Gopi krishna Aug 26, 2013

Hi Hennings,

How will we get the defect id that is created? or How the parent page will get the Defect id that is created using direct html Link?

Henning Tietgens Aug 26, 2013

Hi Gopi,

I'm sorry but I don't know how to get the issue key of the created issue. Maybe you should ask this as a separate question.

Henning

Lukas Gotter May 19, 2015

any chance to pass a parameter for a custom field so it will be pre-filled with the passed value?

Vitor Pelizza May 19, 2015

I just found this link: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRAKB/Creating+Issues+via+direct+HTML+links In spite of this, I was not able to do this some months ago and there is an open issue on Atlassian's ecosystem, with lots of votes, asking for this feature.

Lukas Gotter May 19, 2015

thanks. the problem with this is that when you use CreateIssueDetail.jspa and provide the parameters, the system immediatly triggers validation and you end up with an error message. in my case I want to pre-populate some fields and other (mandatory) fields should stay blank.

Vitor Pelizza May 20, 2015

You got it! That was the problem when I was trying to do the same thing. So, I really don't believe this is possible. I can't find the open issue that I told you :(

Linus Lindroth May 21, 2015

I don't know but perhaps the usage of os_destination can solve the problem? See another case at https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/12912148/using-direct-url-without-getting-error-message

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Andrei [errno] Apr 03, 2013

I am aware of https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Creating+Issues+via+direct+HTML+links - but this assumes I know about reporter/summary - and throws error msgs if used with just pid and issueType.

http://jira.example.com/secure/CreateIssueDetails!init.jspa?pid=10603&issuetype=15

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Christian Sprenger May 27, 2019

I can not create the link without issuetype

{quote}

https://ptticket.global.schindler.com/secure/CreateIssueDetails!init.jspa?pid=11101&issuetype=10607&priority=3

{quote}

works, but 

{quote}

https://ptticket.global.schindler.com/secure/CreateIssueDetails!init.jspa?pid=11101&priority=3

{quote}

does not work. I can not choose an issue type, it will say "No issue type selected".

So you have to have a minimum and can not combine as you like.
Same/similar btw for priority. If I remove that part it chooses Critical, which, for this project, is not available.

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