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Story duplicates while migrating TFS to JIRA

Hi all,

I'm getting STORY duplicates while migrating TFS to JIRA, apart from that it always gerate a lot of errors of the type below. The story has a task linked to it that should migrate as a sub-task to jira.

work item has no history of State transitions

Any ideas or help?

Thank you all,

Artur

Summary

Error updating JIRA issue CWDEV-73 with data from TFS work item #97919

Details

synchronizer.Exceptions.SynchronizationException: Error updating JIRA issue CWDEV-73 with data from TFS work item #97919 ---> System.Exception: Error updating JIRA issue CWDEV-73 with data from TFS work item #97919 ---> System.Exception: Could not transition JIRA issue CWDEV-73 with data from TFS work item #97919 of type Task which is in New state ---> System.Exception: work item has no history of State transitions.
   at synchronizer.Services.JiraIssueTransitionerService.TransitionAndUpdateIssueByFollowingWorkItemHistory(TfsTeamProjectCollection collection, Dictionary`2 jiraFieldsMeta, WorkItem workItem, JToken issue, IssueUpdateData issueUpdateData)
   at synchronizer.Services.JiraIssueTransitionerService.TransitionAndUpdateIssue(TfsTeamProjectCollection collection, Dictionary`2 jiraFieldsMeta, WorkItem workItem, JToken issue, IssueUpdateData issueUpdateData)
   --- End of inner exception stack trace ---
   at synchronizer.Services.JiraIssueTransitionerService.TransitionAndUpdateIssue(TfsTeamProjectCollection collection, Dictionary`2 jiraFieldsMeta, WorkItem workItem, JToken issue, IssueUpdateData issueUpdateData)
   at synchronizer.Services.JiraIssueTransitionerService.TransitionAndUpdateIssueIfNeeded(TfsTeamProjectCollection collection, Dictionary`2 jiraFieldsMeta, IEnumerable`1 jiraMappedFields, JToken issue, WorkItem workItem, IssueUpdateData issueUpdateData)
   at synchronizer.Services.JiraService.UpdateIssue(WorkItem workItem)
   --- End of inner exception stack trace ---
   at synchronizer.Services.JiraService.UpdateIssue(WorkItem workItem)
   at synchronizer.Services.TfsService.CreateJiraIssueFromTfs(WorkItem workItem, Boolean noSubtaskSync, List`1& createdSubs)
   at synchronizer.Services.SynchronizationService.SynchronizeWorkItem(String workItemId, List`1& createdPairs)
   --- End of inner exception stack trace ---

CWDEV-73#979192017-09-08 13:27:23Error updating JIRA issue CWDEV-73 with data from TFS work item #97919Acknowledge (forget) | Force resynchronizationCWDEV-71#979182017-09-08 13:27:16Error updating JIRA issue CWDEV-72 with data from TFS work item #97918Acknowledge (forget) | Force resynchronizationCWDEV-72#979182017-09-08 13:26:30Error updating JIRA issue CWDEV-72 with data from TFS work item #97918Acknowledge (forget) | Force resynchronizationNone#979192017-09-08 13:26:25Error creating JIRA issue from work item #97919 of Task type which is in New stateAcknowledge (forget) | Force resynchronization

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Hi, have you solved the problem somehow or not?

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