Yes, this indeed sounds like a bug. If I undestand you correctly, you are able to set up everything you want in Import Wizard, but when you start import it fails with some errors/warnings or exceptions. Could you share with me your import log?
If you are afraid it could contain some confidential information feel free to create an issue in Importers project: https://ecosystem.atlassian.net/browse/JIM(with desired security schema). I'll do my best to help you with your import process.
To be precise; the import did run, but the mappings of Priorities and Severities were incorrect.
I'm attending training for the next 2 days but will try to repeat this soon to send you screenshots and logs a.s.a.p.
I should have added that I'm currently in evaluation at JIra 6.2.7 but I don't believe this stuff will have changed?
Importers are a plugin in JIRA, so you always can check the newest version on marketplace: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.atlassian.jira.plugins.jira-importers-plugin/versions. If your bug can be verified and reproduced, we usually can roll out a fixed version on Importers plugin to market place within 7-14days.
this is daft but having created an account (User = JohnBayne) I don't see a 'Create Issue' button :-). Perhaps you need to give me permissions?
I've walked through the process again taking screenshots along the way to show my setup (field configurations), the importer configuration and the post import issue with the issues/fields.
T'is evening here now and I'm off home. Perhaps I can get the tarball of images/logs to you by another means?
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