Is there a way to check of a "non-custom" field has a particular value?
I want to make sure the "Resolution" is "Not an Issue", but the script
cfValues['Resolution'] like 'Not an Issue'
does not work - it also does not complain that 'Resolution' is apparently not in "cfValues".
Is there a construct available for referencing the "Resolution"?
Thanks - jOhn -
Actually exactly the opposite - the "Resolution" must be "Not an Issue".
To clarify (using our state names, which are irrelevant to the problem):
during a transition from "Verification" to "Cancelled",
the action "Set Issue to Cancelled" shall be possible only if "Resolution" is "Not an Issue".
I was using the
but since "Resolution" is not a custom field, this was not working.
I was hoping for a simple way to access the value of "Resolution", and your code did the trick after changing it to
issue.resolution?.name == 'Not an Issue'
Thanks - jOhn -
I guess the idea is to make the user really aware of what s/he is doing when cancelling an Issue after it has already been "integrated" and "verified" (those are the transitions we have after "opened").
I had also thought of that type of post function, but the stakeholders went with the validator.
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