Just switched to the "Greenhopper simplified workflow" for our ondemand project.. The default conversion workflow sucks.. Breaks the users who use jira dashboards to see the same issues, as now they can't Close/Resolve their issues and vacate them from their "Assigned to me" widget.
I've managed to add back in the "Resolve Issue Screen" to the appropriate workflow steps (Why this was taken out is baffling to me).
Now I'm stuck with this stupid post function clearing out the resolution forcefully:
field.name = resolution
And I can't see any way to remove it. Thus all of our Resoltions are "Unresolved" and nothing can be closed from Jira's point of view.
Yes, I know, just bumped into this today and already created a bug report for it: AOD-6128.
While it is not fixed, the available workaround is to recreate the transitions removing the problematic post-function or to export the workflow XML, remove the post-function and and re-import it to your instance.
My users seem to appreciate the smoother transition of not having to set a resolution while closing an issue, but, for us, having both resolution and status was redundant. I modified their dashboards and removed Atlassian's "Assigned to Me" gadget and replaced it with and Filter Results gadget using a public filter along the lines of:
assignee = currentUser() AND status IN (Open, "In Progress", Reopened) ORDER BY priority
It seems the "strikethrough" applied to resolved issues was tied to the resolution field though, so it's a trade off.
I'm torn myself now on this too.. Gave up with the Greenhopper workflow.. and drew my own.. Ended up adding in a QA testing step, but since the resoltion is before then (and the resolution is thus set) then the rest of jira thinks the issue is done.
tempted to make a temporary field and copy the resolution there.. but that's more ugly.
Would love if I could set the condition that Jira considered done somewhere (project specific)
I actually got this working today by just adding a new post function to the GHS workflow that gets called after the reset function and sets the Resolution field to Fixed. Turns out that strikethrough was more important than I thought. I just added it to the close and resolve transitions and left the clear functions alone on the other transitions.
I'm not able to edit the post fucntions anywhere using ondemand jira, so I'm stuck with the resolution field not set. Can someone help me? I do not see the screen above at all. I can export the workflow into XML but again, there is no way for me to reimport it. Thanks.
Yes. I am working on a draft version of the workflow. I can edit the transition, but all I'm able to do is select the screen to view upon that transition. I don't see the option for editing validators/posts. I'm using Ondemand jira and Greenhopper Simplified workflow. The options I have when clicking on the cog icon are "delete step", "view step properties", and "issue editable".
Ah, I guess you have global transitions. Do you see the transitions listed on the left side? Click there and edit. What you are trying to edit is the step not a transition.
You are trying to edit a step, rather than right clicking on the transition.
Screenshot can help us.
This is what I see when I edit a specific transition. So when I put a ticket to "In QA", I get the resolve issue screen, and set resolution to "Fixed", but right after that, the resolution is set to "Unresolved".
I have a screenshot below, but it does not show when I hit Save.
Showing the XML may not be helpful because I can't upload the modified XML. Here is my screenshot when I go to edit the global transition.
Renjith, thank you for trying to help me. I've tried what you said too and when I'm in the text mode, I do not see any post functions at all or the ability to modify them.
I'm at a point where I've already abandoned the Jira Simplified Work Flow and have now switch back to a customized workflow. Again, this is only an issue if you switch to Jira Simplified Work Flow halfway in the project AND using OnDemand.
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