In both our prod and staging environments, and a bug being set to Done, the Resolution dropdown suddenly has dozens of garbage items. After some research, I've found that those are clearly from comments made in various issue types, in a relatively new project.
I think this may have been a data corruption in our latest true up, but I don't want to delete them if someone for some reason(?) copied and pasted these in this location. It's weird. I'm also concerned that before we upgrade to Jira 8.6, 8.5.1, which we just did, that this may port over to the other environments once we true them up again.
Can anyone suggest how I determine when this happened, and how, and by whom? And/or if it was a DB corruption?
The resolutions should definitely NOT change just because of commenting.
Some checks that might help:
select * from resolution;
resolution in (a,b,c)
1) Here is a screenshot for View Resolutions; half way down the page, the items in the resolution column begin with
Resolution: "Adjustments made to team sequencing, tools team has a plan."
2) This resolution, if put into a jql query, "Adjustments made to team sequencing, tools team has a plan", is pulled from Comments in an issue made by "Ops Support Vijay" in the Working Model STAR project - Vijay is a member of our team.
Every one of these comment-resolutions tracks back to a comment made byt Ops-Support-Vijay on the Working Model STAR project, which is new.
Just learned this appears to have been a Sharepoint error, imported during our upgrade/true up. I'm not certain, still investigating. As far as you know, could this have anything to do with 8.5 or upgrade to it?
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