JIRA workflow properties - you can set a flag on a step in a workflow that says "no editing". You can also block comments and other stuff in a similar way. Do editing first though - the reason I say that is that there is an example of it in the default JIRA workflow that you can't delete - look at the properties on the "closed" step in there and you'll see something like jira.issue.editable = false
See https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiracloud/workflow-properties-776636709.html for more of them (you can also mess with the permissions which can be handy for blocking work logs and other stuff)
Ok, the page I gave you has the values you can use, but I'm not aware of a really simple clear guide to getting to the place you use them (other than Christian Czaia's course on the subject)
Nic, I got if figured out. Here is the process, go to workflow > text version > click on the appropriate status you want to affect > go to properties > for the property key use: jira.issue.editable and for the property value use: false. Meaning you can't edit anything but the comment field. It worked perfect for my requirements.
We will both know the answer next time.
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