no i am not..
i just tried this scenario in a testing instance.
during several postfuction modifications i've seen some sub-task options that might have the effect you mentioned above...but this screenshot looks more default than customized....i'm tryin to dive a bit deeper in this now and let you know what i found out.
can you please tell me what jira version you currently got in use?
the test i made was in Jira 5.2.5 and starting progress on a sub-issue did not update the status on its parent issue...vice versa shows the same result...starting progress on parent issue leaves the sub-task as it was...not updating the status
Thanks. :-) I am using 5.1. I found groovyrunner can check on a parent if all subtasks are resolved. Seems they needed to write something to do this. Changing a parent based on a subtaks doesnt seem to be anything anyone has done.
We have Stories that are "open" and subtasks that are in progress, so I am trying to find a way to fix that.
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