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Is it possible to make linked issue required when create special issue type?

Is it possible to make linked issue required when create issue type = test? you should link it to any story or to any other issue type. And you could choose only one special type of link (tests, tested by)?

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Using JMWE, you can add a Related Issues Validator on the Create transition with the following options:

  • Mode: "Require the creation of issue links on the transition screen"
  • Issue Link: the link type to require
  • Valditator Scope: check the Conditional Validation checkbox and use a script to apply the validator only to Test issues:
issue.get("issuetype").name == "Test"

Thank you! Its perfectly works!!

@David Fischer _Innovalog_ Hello =)
could you help me please write in Groovy 
Estimate Development != "0" and != "EMPTY"
I use it in Field Required Validator in work flow, when transit the issue) 

and may be any docs where I can learn and practice it )

issue.get("customfield_10803") is not null or empty 
this is not working

Assuming customfield_10803 is the Estimate Development field, you can do this:


@David Fischer _Innovalog_  but how it should be condition value of this field shouldn't`t be empty or shouldn't`t be "0"?

If customfield_10803 is a Number custom field, what I provided will work (zero is considered as "falsy"). If customfield_10803 is a Text field, then you need:

!!issue.get("customfield_10803") && issue.getAsString("customfield_10803") != "0"

If you have scriptrunner, you can use behaviours

In the initializers you can put something like this:

import com.atlassian.jira.component.ComponentAccessor

if (getActionName().equals("Create")){
def linkType = getFieldById("issuelinks-linktype")
def entry = ComponentAccessor.getComponent(IssueLinkTypeManager).getIssueLinkTypesByName("B locks").collectEntries {it -> [it.outward,it.outward]}
def entry2 = ComponentAccessor.getComponent(IssueLinkTypeManager).getIssueLinkTypesByName("B locks").collectEntries {it -> [it.inward,it.inward]}

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You forgot to mention which app you're using, and whether you're on Server or Cloud. 

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