I have several tickets created that I am unable to "Resolve" and "Close".
The only option is to start or stop.
How do I close the tickets that are completed?
Project admin does not by definition have the permission to resolve or close issues. The permission to change permissions does not defacto mean you HAVE all permissions, you may have to add them for yourself. You should check your project's permission scheme to make sure that you have that permission.
Once you do that I recommend that you check your workflow for the condition behind your close or resolve transitions (if you have jira-admin permissions as well)
That's not going to be a quick option - you need to look at your own system for yourself. You could raise a support call if you've got a valid licence, but they're only going to step you through the basics of debugging this before they actually look at it, and you could be waiting for a while.
As a system admin, you need to look at the project you're working in. Look for the workflow scheme so that you can establish what workflow is in use (it can vary by issue type within a project).
Now look at the status of an issue that does not allow you to move it. Find that status in the workflow and open it up. Now look at all the transitions OUT of that status to another one (I suspect you want to look at the resolve transition, assuming there is one).
Now you've got the possible transitions, you need to read the "conditions" on them (as Ubisoft mentioned). These will all say things like "must be a developer in the project" or "must have resolve issue permission". That's almost certainly what is blocking you - you don't pass the condition rules.
Ok, well, that's actually quite easy - there is no "resolve" transition for you to execute, as you've removed it.
Both Ubisoft and I were assuming you had a workflow with resolve and close, and hence permissions were stopping you, as that's the usual culprit. But here, you simply don't have the status or transitions in your workflow.
You'll need to move the project to use a different workflow scheme, one that includes the status and transition you need.
It depends. If you already have a suitable workflow and workflow scheme, you can move the project over to using it.
If not, then you probably want to copy existing workflows, tie them together in a new scheme and use the new scheme.
This is all covered in https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Configuring+Workflow
I have tried to look through your documentation however since I dont know the system like you do, i am not able to find what is necessary. I dont have all day to research what you know.
I appreciate the response and information however the lack of help is disappointing. I will look into other services.
It's not really my documentation, it's the standard documentation from Atlassian.
We're trying to help you here, but you have to bear in mind that we are a community of end-users of Atlassian software. We don't have any access to your system, we're not paid to look after it for you, and we're not familiar with the changes that you have made to your system. (I say "you" here, but I mean your organisation, not you as an individual)
I think this actually comes down to you asking the wrong people. You need to talk to the people who own and/or have configured your Jira system this way. Whatever they've done to it does not work for you, but they've probably done it for a good reason. You need to find out why they've set it up this way, and probably argue a case for changing it to something that works for you.
(Of course, you may have inherited this system from someone, and you now have admin responsibility - if that's the case, then I'm afraid Jira is a complex system, and you need to invest time in reading the documentation, or you'll get nowhere with it)
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