We are experiencing an issue where tickets at a certain point in their workflow cannot be advanced, because no workflow action buttons appear. I have checked the Conditions for one of the actions that should be possible (Because I thought I'd start with getting -one- button to appear) and the only condition set is a single "Only users in project role" restriction. I checked that project role, and the correct people are in it, but still can't see the button. I also tried setting the "Role" in the restriction to "Users" (which contains essentially everyone) but still the button does not appear.
Where else can I look for potential reasons for a workflow transition button not appearing?
This turned out to be an issue with the transition TO the state that wasn't showing the transitions, rather than a problem with the transitions themselves. The transition to the 'problem state' had issues as a result of a validation step that used an out of date plugin - uninstalling it resolved the issue.
Can you clarify how you resolved the problem? I have a similar problem that just started few days ago. The workflow was changed 7 days ago to remove a pre-condition (requiring all subtasks to be closed). The users do not see the transtion to take the issue from In Work to Pending Build. Ignoring the names of the buttons, if this was your situation, was the problem in the 1st state (In Work) or in the 2nd state (Pending Build)?
Note that I ran system integrity checker and it found no problems. I did a comparison (eyeball) of the previous workflow and the current workflow for the transition in question and the only difference is the removal of the 1 pre-condition as expected.
Note, I found an Atlassian knowledge article that solved my problem. I had to remove and re-add the role-based permissions. We are using JIRA Misc Workflow Extensions plugin. Atlassian: Workflow transitions do not work after upgrade
Is this happening for all issues or just one or two? If it is the former, there must be something in the workflow that is wrong.
If it is the latter, use the integrity checker to find out if the issues are somehow in a wrong state or not.
It's happening for all issues in a particular state in a particular project/workflow, so I agree that there must be something wrong with the workflow, but it seems so simple that I don't know what it could be, so I was hoping for some suggestions as to where else to look besides just the Conditions restrictions.
Also, this appears to be happening since our upgrade to 5.2.11 (from uh...something old like 3.5ish.) - anyone aware of anything like this happening?
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