Using JIRA Misc Custom Fields I am trying to implement a "Transition Date/Time Field" but it is not getting a value.
Any ideas? Here is what is in the field's description:
This field represents the date and time of the Resolution of this issue.
<!-- @TransitionId: 711 , 831 , 921 -->
<!-- @Execution: first -->
Hey there, George.
You can also address the issue that you have directly to the plugin vendor to see whether they are able to provide more assistance to you on this matter.
Good luck and all the best!
you should add the addon-com.innovalog.jmcf.jira-misc-custom-fiel tag to your question, since this is the official tag for the JMWE plugin.
Anyway, you need to provide more information, such as any error in the Jira logs. Also, did you think of re-indexing after creating the custom field? Can you post a screenshot of the field configuration (the field description)?
Finally, do you see the transitions in the transition history of your issues?
No problem here.
You must then check your Jira logs for errors (look for "innovalog").
For your tests, you don't need to re-index, you can just view an issue as it will recompute its calculated fields (instead of using the indexed value).
And you must make sure the Transition History tab displays the transition you're looking for.
Thanks for your help. Here are your answers:
"Also, did you think of re-indexing after creating the custom field?"
"Finally, do you see the transitions in the transition history of your issues?"
>> Here is the transition:
Here is a query showing no value in the field:
" any error in the Jira logs. "
>> I don't have direct access to the logs. Tell me which ones you want to see and I will request them.
The log has several lines like this suggesting there is a problem with the transition ID.
2013-05-29 11:32:12,783 http-bio-8443-exec-6007 WARN brendan 692x612946x1 1f71rqb 172.17.4.82 /secure/CommentAssignIssue.jspa [innovalog.jmcf.fields.AbstractTransitionSearchField] com.innovalog.jmcf.fields.ActionExecutionTimeField: invalid transition ID in custom field description
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