My customfield's(extends TextCFType) getVelocityParameters is not working for view. It is working while creating the issue, editing the issue, but viewing/refreshing the issue not executing getVelocityParameters(I tried printing something in this method, but did not prints anything if I refresh the issue).
Could you please let me know where I am missing?
Thanks a million!
Thank you Jobin and Matt!
Actually I'm cooking up some value to send back to view template if the customfield has no value. Does it go to view template at least even if it is not executing the method (I can manage something in the view template)?
Matt, yes I'm overriding it. And I'm using latest signature(without convertion parameter).
Sorry for the delayed discussion!
My plugin has 10 modules, so I couldn't test it and confirm from where I am getting the problem. So I created a brand new plugin with customfield module with atlas sdk 3.10.4(for Jira 4.4), customfield extending TextCF, added view template with code "Hi hello". After atlas-package and atlas-run, I created a custom field of this type added global projects and added to default screen. When I go to configuration, the default value it shows is "Hi hello". I created a task issue, but did not find this "Hi hello" on issue browse page. I tried setting required flag of this field in Custom field configurations, still not asking for value in edit/create of the issue. Even I looked at the configurations of schemes, everything seems the default schemes.
I think I'm missing something, could you please help me?
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