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dbcf is working fine in JIRA 4.3 but in JIRA 5.1, I am not able to get the values in dbcf custom field based on other custom field's value. Is there any bug in ugraded dbcf plugin?

I am using DBCF

Version:2.1.5
and

katl-commons

Version:

2.0.7

5 answers

1 accepted

Hi Umesh,

I have opened a bug on http://bugs.kepler-rominfo.com/browse/DBCF-30.

The problem is solved and the fix will be available in the next release of the plugin.

The query on the database will be made based on the selected option's text value instead of its id for a dbcf field mapped to a standard jira select list.

Hope this solves also Swati's problem.

Regards,

Alex.

I have attached a snapshot archive to http://bugs.kepler-rominfo.com/browse/DBCF-30 , containing the fix. Please update with this one and let me know if it solves your problem.

what error your getting? and have you gone through the latest documentation?

http://confluence.kepler-rominfo.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=4161555

Hi Rambanam,

It is not showing any error message. We are trying to filter out values coming from database based on other custom field value( thet is of select list type). It is not showing any value.

Hi Swati,

Can you please give us more details regarding the problem?

On which screen are you experiencing the problem (edit issue, create issue, transition)?

Are you using multiple values for the dbcf custom fields?

What type is the custom field based on the other field? Is it select list or autocomplete?

Do you have any children defined for the two fields?

Please add a request here http://bugs.kepler-rominfo.com , specifying the configuration for the two fields, as well as the exact jira version and browser you are using.

You can also try performing a re-index first.

Please let us know if the problem persists.

Adding to the same issue.

Currently we are planning to upgrade JIRA 4.3 with JIRA 5.1

There is a problem in rendering Custom Field - Select List b.w versions.

In 4.3 its rendered as
< div class="field-group" >
<label for="customfield_10302">Customer Type </label>
<select class="select" name="customfield_10302" id="customfield_10302">
<option value="Originator">Originator</option>
<option value="Other">Other</option>
<option value="VCA">VCA</option>
<option value="Vendor">Vendor</option>
</select>
< /div>

In 5.1
< div class="field-group" >
<label for="customfield_10302">Customer Type</label>
<select class="select" name="customfield_10302" id="customfield_10302">
<option value="10801">Originator</option>
<option value="10108">Other</option>
<option value="10400">VCA</option>
<option value="10802">Vendor</option>
</select>
< /div>

Based on this Custom Field we are filtering the next drop down box.

Instead of Value going as "Originator" now in 5.1 its going as 10801 and database is returning 0 rows.

This is causing us a lot of issue in upgrading from 4.3 to 5.1

Immediate Help would be appreciated.

Regards
Umesh

Thanks swati for the help. Issue is fixed by combination of changing the SQL and dbcf plugin

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