Propogate issues from service desk to development projects

Hi , I have created a client project in service desk , I identified it as a development bug and i need to propogate it to development project. How to i do it?

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If you got here from Google, please go and vote up: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JSD-792

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This is also a must-have for me. E.g. through the zendesk integration, this scenario is perfectly possible. It's strange this would not be possible within JIRA + SD itself.

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It's really strange that Atlassian people don't give us the chance to assign SD issues directly to developers. To have to copy the issue, move to another project and link it back, is something I never expected to do with Jira. 

Another bad point is the fact that the developer will have to tell the SD Agent to close or update the client request. This is, at least, strange.

I seriously think you (Atlassian) should think about this behavior as you could lose some ServiceDesk clients, for something so simple.

Regards,
Pedro. 

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You can use the Move operation. But in my opinion, the bug should be captured in to the same project via Service Desk. "In Development" or "Ready for Development" should be a workflow state within the project.

Move option deletes the issue from the client project and moves it to development project, which should not be the case, I should be able to clone it to the development project, so that my report reflects the actual issues raised and how many of them are bug. Is there any option where it asks me in which development version I need to clone this issue to fix ?

Move option deletes the issue from the client project and moves it to development project, which should not be the case, I should be able to clone it to the development project, so that my report reflects the actual issues raised and how many of them are bug. Is there any option where it asks me in which development version I need to clone this issue to fix ?

Yes, it will delete the issue from the original project and that is exactly why I prefer to capture them in the correct place from the begining. You can clone the issue and move that clone to the other porject but then the issues cannot be kept in sync without manual intervention.

For example, if the developer has a question to the customer, he will have to send it to the support engineer via the development issue which in turn has to be sent to the customer via support issue. Responses will have to be sent back in the reverse direction.

I hope someone can suggest a better solution.

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I would favour tracking the development task separately from the service desk issue. You may not want the user to have visibility on all the fields, not to mention "definition of done" will differ substantially.

You could use something like https://jamieechlin.atlassian.net/wiki/display/GRV/Built-in%20Scripts#Built-InScripts-Clonesanissueandlinksto clone the issue to a dev project on a particular transition of the support issue, eg "Create dev bug" or whatever.

Service Desk plugin can mask the details on issue to what you want the customer to see. And can have different workflow statuses based on customer's definition of "Done".

I think he is on onDemand where the scripts are not allowed.

OK. I still don't think developers should be committing code directly against a support ticket. For me it should be a different ticket type with a workflow suitable for software development, eg code review, in QA, deployed/released etc.

Hi All,

Thanks for the inputs. My requirement is that only service desk be visible to the client where he logs a issue, the support member does a first level analysis and if it is a development bug only then it should be propogated to the development projects, where the development cycle will be followed. This is important as there can be many operational queries which need not be raised in development projects. Also I can see when a issue is raised in service desk project ,it is raised as IT help , I want to change it to operational how do I do it ? Please help.

Hi .. Any one please help me out. How to get help from the product team itself?

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