Bonfire not showing database-values custom field


We have a custom country field which is set to be required, and is popuplated with allowed values from a table lookup. We are using the database-values plugin for this.

However, bonfire is not displaying this field, and because it is set to be required, nobody is able to create issues through bonfire.

Is there a way to get the custom field displayed (and populated), or, is there a way for bonfire to show the 'real' create issue page when the issue failed to create the first time?

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Hi Andy,

Thanks for trying out Bonfire.

You raise an interesting question for us here about pluginized custom fields. It is currently not supported by Bonfire, so unfortunately, I do not think there's an immediate workaround apart from making the field not "required" in JIRA, or using a JIRA out-of-the-box custom field type.

In the longer term, we may consider having some support for this. We've updated the issue on our isse tracker as well at:



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