Resolution will automatcially be available in all workflows. If you want to restrict in certain projects, you will have to modify all the workflows used in those projects and add the
A simple way to get the resolution is to go to the global list and find one of the "edit" links for the resolution you are interested in. Hover the cursor over the link, or copy the url. In the url, you will find something like "id=6" or "id=10031". The number is the resolution ID you need.
Where you add the property - please read the answers above, you've been told three times already
hello Madhira Adithya,
I missed the word specific in the question. As suggested by the Jobin, you can use workflow property jira.field.resolution.exclude=<your resolution id> in all the transitions of other workflows of other projects. But this is a tedious task using property.
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