We have been using JIRA 5.0.2 for a few months in a very satisfactory way. However, we have just installed JIRA Suite Utilities plugin to make a field mandatory for one workflow transition because it is a really nice feature to use.
Now it seems that the Create Issue screen has been affected in two ways:
1. Prior all Project and Issue type fields were included in the same Create Screen with the other fields. Now it appears a first screen to select Project and Issue type.
2. In the second step screen during issue creation there is a number of fields wich are not modifiable anymore, fields such as Compoment picker or Affected versions picker. Need to say that these fields are perfectly modifiable later on by using the Edit issue screen.
Could anyone suggest any workaround for this? Or just uninstall the plugin?
Have a look at this one https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/76151/jira-suite-utilities-mystical-behavior
You are using the wrong version of the plugin. The release notes of the plugin state that:
|1.3.0||16 May 2012||JIRA 5.1 compatible version|
1. This cannot be because of Suite utilities. Can you check if you disabled the quick create plugin under 'System Plugins' ? (or did someone remove that from bundledplugins.zip?
2. Even this does not look to be because of the plugin. This appears that the create screen does not have all the fields (Issue Type Screen Scheme)
If you disable the suite utilities plugin does all these get rectified automatically? (which I don't think).
How many JIRA administrators do you have? Are others changing stuff without your knowledge?
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