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Move Issue from Type A to Type B fails with error


We are getting an error when trying to move Issue from one type to another and set "Feature Link" field (Single Issue Picker, Scripted field) during the move. We suspect the issue is with this field since if we don't set it during the move but rather before or after, it works fine.

We get an error screen (500) and this error logs:

Technical details
Log's referral number: c6894a63-8986-4433-98d4-84767b67f4aa

Referer URL:!default.jspa?id=101016&assignee=null

Assertion failed:

assert issue.projectId // Missing projectId in fieldValues
| |
| null
com.atlassian.jira.issue.IssueImpl@9e5ffcc (toString() == null)
Assertion failed:

assert issue.projectId // Missing projectId in fieldValues
| |
| null
com.atlassian.jira.issue.IssueImpl@9e5ffcc (toString() == null)

at org.codehaus.groovy.runtime.InvokerHelper.assertFailed( [?:?]
at org.codehaus.groovy.runtime.ScriptBytecodeAdapter.assertFailed( [?:?]
at com.onresolve.scriptrunner.canned.jira.fields.editable.TemporaryIssueService.populateForCreation(TemporaryIssueService.groovy:78) [?:?]
at com.onresolve.scriptrunner.canned.jira.fields.editable.TemporaryIssueService$ Source) [?:?]
at com.onresolve.scriptrunner.runner.field.IssueParametersCapturingImmutableCustomField.validateParams(IssueParametersCapturingImmutableCustomField.groovy:88) [?:?]
at com.atlassian.jira.web.action.issue.MoveIssueUpdateFields.doValidation( [classes/:?]
at webwork.action.ActionSupport.validate( [webwork-1.4-atlassian-30.jar:?]
at webwork.action.ActionSupport.execute( [webwork-1.4-atlassian-30.jar:?]
at com.atlassian.jira.action.JiraActionSupport.execute( [jira-api-8.5.5.jar:?]




The error message is longer with many more lines but I can't add it due to the message length limitation.



2 answers

Hi @Nadav Eckstein ,

I had the same issue on my environment. It's a bug due to Script Runner version. Please upgrade this plugin to 6.11 version in order to fix this issue.

Hope this helps,


Hi, Fabio.

I had the same issue on my environment. I upgraded the Script Runner plugin, that was in version 6.9.1 to version 6.19.0 and the problem was fixed.

The problem is a bug, see this link



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The first few lines of a log are generally enough to get us well into debugging.

Exactly as you suspect, I suspect the script as well.  But without seeing the script, we cannot do a lot more than tell you that there's something not quite right in its assertions.

Thanks for the response @Nic Brough _Adaptavist_

It doesn't really have a script, this is an issue picker script field.

So all I did is created it through Admin -> Fields and chose the name and the JQL (which is really simple: Type=Feature).

In general, the fields works fine, it only breaks the move between types if the field is set in the move screen.

Ah, I see.  The problem here is that your move process is trying to change something that is unknown at the time of the move.  Jira can't know what the scripted field might need as valid data because the move process has not been written to understand how that field type works (theoretically, it could, but it's a 3rd party field that Atlassian don't have any control over, other than hoping the partner who wrote it will actually talk to them if it changes, and it would be a huge piece to support all the partner provided fields fairly, so they simply don't)

I'm afraid "don't try to change it during a move" is the only way to address this one.

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