This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: How to make JIRA applications fields required in a workflow transition
I created a Workflow like the standard JIRA Workflow. When an issue gets resolved, I want to require that the Resolution field is set. I do not want to require this for other transitions. In my Workflow, I went to the two transitions that go to Resolved, and added a Validator that made the Resolution field required. I did not add a Validator to any other Transition.
After that, I went to an issue and did "Start Progress" (this Transition is from Open to In Progress), and it brought up the Edit Item screen, as expected. I made some changes, left the Resolution field unselected, and tried to save, but it showed an error that said the Resolution field is required. I do not understand why it says the field is required. I expected that it would only be required during one of the transitions to Resolved. Any idea what I should do?
So I need the Resolution field to be on the Edit Item screen sometimes, but not always. For example, if an issue moves from Open to In Progress, I want to show the Edit Item screen, but I do not want the Resolution field to be required. Do I need to create 2 separate Edit Item screens?
NEVER on the edit screen. It isn't a field that should be edited like other fields. It should be set during a transition. Like Nic said, put it on the transition screen. If it is displayed it is required; that is why it should only be displayed on a transition screen in the transition you want it set.
Will I need 2 Screen Schemes? I have 1 now, and it looks like I can only tie 3 screens to it - 1 for Create Issue, 1 for Edit Issue, and 1 for View Issue. I think I need that Edit Issue screen to stay like it is, with no Resolution, because there are times I want to edit an issue without giving a Resolution.
So I will make a new screen called "Transition Screen", and add the Resolution field to it, but I am not sure what to do after that. (Sorry for my ignorance, I am new to JIRA and trying to learn!)
The screen used in transitions aren't part of the screen scheme. I have a basic screen I use for most issues that has the resolution and comment field only. I capture the date and current user and use a post function to save them to custom fields 'Resolution Date' and 'Resolved By' for easy reference that only appear on the view screen.
You're nearly there. There is a fourth place to use screens in JIRA - in the workflow.
You need your "resolve issue" screen to be used on any transitions that go from an "open" type status to a closed type (e.g. the resolve or close transitions). Then, I'd strongly recommend a post-function for "set resolution to none" on transitions going from closed to open
What transition screen are you using on Open to In Progress transition ?
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