Plugin for Resolution Field Values

I need to customize the resolution field values on Resolve Issue Screen based on the Issue Type.

If Bug is type I want only fix,won't fix and soon.

Otherwise for Remaining Issue Types, some other resolution field values need to be displayed.

Please provide any plugin somewhat related to only this issue.

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Mizan Community Champion Dec 30, 2012

Did you try Behaviours plugin and the script I provided you here https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/118834/is-there-any-plugin-for-customizing-resolutions-based-on-the-issue-type ?

I dont think there is any other way of achieving this , you will need to do it either using javascript or groovy script in behaviours plugin .

But using scripts may lead to incompatibility to some browsers

Mizan Community Champion Dec 30, 2012

Depends on the script you are using ... You will need to do a good testing on the browsers JIRA is compatible ... Even JIRA requires Javascript to be enabled on the browser .

I cant think of anyway this can be done via a plugin , If you dont want to use a script you might have to make changes in the JIRA source/files . Also note that these changes will have to be manually made during every upgrade of your JIRA

How can I get JIRA source files?

There is the option C. Faysal gave as well. Everything else requires code, whether that's injecting javascript or hacking core code. I don't think this is something that's possible in a plugin (although a plugin might be one way to get your javascript in)

Mizan Community Champion Dec 30, 2012

This is a duplicate question of https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/118834/is-there-any-plugin-for-customizing-resolutions-based-on-the-issue-type where i had suggested the use of Workflow properties but i guess here all the issuetypes share a single workflow

Yes Mizan, but by using workflow properties, need to define the workflow for each issue type.

Also the Behaviours Plugin involves a lot of groovy scripting & it make me to learn groovy script which is time consuming.

Mizan Community Champion Dec 30, 2012

Separate workflows and using workflow properties is a very good option because some day you will define a separate workflow for each issuetype. Also there can be more customization done to the workflows. And no coding needed. No worries during upgrades.

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