JIRA - Updated field

Hi everyone, it's normal that 'updated' field is different on concrete Issue screen, than on Issue navigator screen?

For example Issue navigator screen updated field has 09/Apr/2013:

but on this concrete Issue screen is has updated field different value:

Thank you for your answers!

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Hi Michal,

Supposedly the Updated field in the issue view screen and in the Issue Navigator is the same, and should hold the same value in both screen.

Since we are getting a different value in the issue view and in the issue navigator, then may I know if this problem is affecting only a single issue or multiple issues? Can you try to perform full indexing via Administration > Indexing and see if it helps?

Thank you for you answer. I re-indexed after I wrote my answer and it's working now, thanks. But I'm updating Issues through REST API, is possible to trigger re-index every time when I updated Issue through REST?


My workaround for re-index through REST is, that I update Status of Issue to other one and then back to previous Status(because re-indexing is calling in every transition in workflow).

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