I have created a workflow for the defect which has different status and transitions. Some of the transitions are displayed in red saying 'This transition comes from a status which has no incoming transitions.' But there are incoming transitions for those status. Can anyone let me know the reason I am getting this warning? Does this impact my workflow?
Perfect, thanks for the screenshot. Yes, I've never seen it do that before, as I feared.
I'd do a couple of things at this point:
I'm not sure of the exact impact - as the workflow actually looks like it's valid, I suspect it might work fine. I wouldn't put it into a production project though, I'd try it in a test project in case it does have problems.
As long as our workflow is able to route it, how our organization requirement.
Based on my observation, JIRA consider only 3 Stages.
And is followed three STATUS.
To-Do(Blue) --> In Progress(Yellow) --> Done (Green)
Each state is represented either one of the above.
All yellow color STATUS should have an incomeing transaction from Blue STATUS. Else, it will mark as "There are no incoming transitions to this status". And it will not be considered for routing(It may be a mior bug in system. But not stopping us to use the system)
My Workflow shows RED marks for Review & Done STATUS
New (Blue) --> Developement (Yellow) --> Review (Yellow) --> Done (Green)
Atlassian may resolve it in future versions.
Moreover it is not going to stop our work.
I am not sure where these RED indicators will impact.(Grea Area for me)
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