We are running JIRA 6.0.1 and GreenHopper 126.96.36.199, when we drag stories between Epic columns the cards move, but the JIRA issues are not updated with the new Epic.
Has anyone else run into this and is there a workaround? We're interested in the plugin, but if it doesn't update the actual issues there isn't much point to it for us.
reasons I can imagine:
# your issue types are named different to 'Epic' and 'Story'
# if you use a non english installation, we have recognized that som GH custom fields are not named in english as described here: http://bauer-information-technology.com/storymap-jira-plugin-installation-howto/
# there are some mendatory fields configured at the issue type 'Story' like "Reporter is required.","assignee":"Issues must be assigned." or any other custom field
# do you use a custom workflow with you own (or different from the default) status types
# permissions -> but that is not the reason
=> do you have any deviations to a standard installation of JIRA and GH?
=> try to use another project - or do you have this behavior at any project?
I'm having a similar problem .....
My user story map displays correctly; if I use Jira Agile to assign stories to epics, then reload the story map, it shows the stories under the correct epic. However, if I move a story to a different epic within the story map plugin, it doesn't update the underlying record.
I have seen the "sucessfule update" message a couple of times, but it seems to be very intermittent. Even on the few occasions the message has displayed, it hasn't updated the underlying record.
Are you saying that the User Story Map plugin functionality to assign stories to epics does not work, and will not work until you provide a fix at some point in August?
I have been evaluating whether to buy licenses for this plugin, but assigning stories to epics is a key feature, so I will wait until this is fixed before making a decision.
If my free evaluation license expires before the fix is released, I will need it extended so that I can actually review the plugin properly.
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