Make a custom field required based on another custom field

Hi,

I have 2 custom fields in issue creation page in jira. They are IP Release, IP Recipient. IP Release contains 2 radio buttons with 2 options "Yes", "No". IP Recipient is Multi line text box. My Requirement is if we select "Yes" option from IP Release , then IP Recipient should be changed to "optional" to "mandatory" and if we select "No" option from IP Release , then IP Recipient should be changed to "mandatory" to "optional"

custom fields Id s are

IP Release --> 12431
IP Recipient --> 12435
Yes --> 23832
No --> 23833

I solved this issue by adding groovy script code in script validator. But I want solution for this without script validator. Please help me to solve this one.

Thanks in advance.

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Hi Nanda,

I believe this may be possible with the Behaviours plugins.

hope this helps

Hi Marcus,

Thank you for your suggestion. But Behaviours plugin is deprecated right?  As per my requirement I want validation with plug in development in jira. Please can you help me to solve this issue with plug in development.

Thanks in advance.

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