We have a use case that I need some help with.
With 'Create Constrained Issue' (today we use this with Exocet) we push a button in a Jira issue to get a new create screen. There we can create a issue in a different project.
In that create issue screen we want to be able to filter out which projects that are chooseable from the dropdown menu so we don't get all projects the user have access to. E.g. if we push "Send to vendor" button, we want to be able to filter so only vendor-projects are show in the projects dropdown menu.
I know we can limit access to the projects them selves, but we want the users to have access to the projects for different reasons.
Is it any way to use Scriptrunner's Behaviour for example for this? Groovy code to limit the projects shown in the "Project" dropdown menu on the create screen? Same with issue-type..
At the current moment, there is not a way to restrict what options show up in fields such as Project Picker, User Picker, etc. This is because those fields are populated using a REST call and we would have to intercept that response and manipulate it.
With that said, our development team is working on it. I do not have any time estimates but stay tuned :)
depending on how you use Project Categories in Jira you could also limit the number of project by category. Of course this would mean, that in the sample above all vendor projects are in the same category. This is a native feature of Exocet.
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