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Make nfeed field read only based on workflow transition


I have an nfeed custom filed which I want to make as read only after particular workflow transition. before that transition field should be editable any time but after workflow transition user should not be able to make the change.

I tried make this read only by behavior plugin but its is not working in case of nfeed custom field.


Please suggest for any solution.

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nFeed will soon be compatible with Behavior. Valiantys developer team is currently working on it and will release improvements in the next version ->


Hi @Nicolas Simon 

Can nfeed field be set readonly through javascript? If so can you help me on the same?

Like Satheesh Kumar _Wipro_ likes this

Hello @Vineela Durbha nFeed is known as Elements Connect now.

Check out our documentation for help with using Scriptrunner with Elements Connect.

Hi @Laura Campbell _Elements_ 

We dont want to set field readonly through behaviors as we want to set element connect field during clone and not during create. I have written javascript as below and it is working 

JIRA.bind(JIRA.Events.NEW_CONTENT_ADDED, function(e, context, reason) {

var isCloneIssuePage = AJS.$('#clone-issue-dialog').is(':visible');
var issuetype=AJS.$('#issue-create-issue-type').text();
if (isCloneIssuePage == true || AJS.$('#content .aui-page-header-main h1').text() == "Clone") {
if(issuetype =="Customer Product SKU"){

AJS.$('#customfield_15003').attr("disabled", true); //nfeed field




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