I have this workflow:
Open > Design > Development > Testing > Testing UAT > Closed
You can only close an issue when the issue is in Testing UAT. But I allow to create subtask, and in order to close the issue parent I had to create two transitions from "Design" and "Development" to "Closed".
I need help with two things:
1) I want to disable the issue parent from closing until his subtask are closed.
2) I want to make available the transition Design > Closed and Development > Closed only for issues with subtask that are already closed.
Here it is an image of my workflow
There's a condition for "only allow a transition if all subtasks are in status I choose" which will do that. I think it's in the core, but it might be in the Jira Toolkit or Jira Suite utilities
That can be configured to answer both 1 and 2 (I'm not 100% sure I've quite understood q2 though)
I've changed the description of point (2) and I've attached the image of my workflow.
I want to use the red transitions are only for issues with subtask. Why?
Because the user creates subtask in Desing or Development, and then the user moves foward the subtask till Closed. And when the last subtask get to Closed, the system asks my if I want to closed the issue parent. For that I need the red transitions, because the issue parent won't be going throw the other states because the subtask did that.
I hope this helps to understand what I ment.
Thanks a lot for your answer.
Ah, I apologise, I didn't see that case at all.
Yes, I think you're a bit stuck. It's a doddle in some of the Jira systems I look after - we have a plugin that provides a number-of-subtasks field, so we can say "if #subtasks < 1, block it", but I don't know if you can do this with off-the-shelf Jira, or even with the main plugins I mentioned.
Hi Majo, maybe Script Runner has what you are looking for. You can use the Allow the transition if this query matches a JQL query or maybe the All sub-tasks must be resolved condition, altought maybe you will need to do some coding you can take a look at it, it's a free plugin.
Check here what you can do:
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