Transitioning issues on the board WITHIN the same column

I've configured a workflow that results in transitions that need to occur within the same column. For example, I have a column for "developing" and within that column are two steps in the workflow for "in progress" and "ready for QC". The former is the step in which engineers are coding the product. The latter is a holding queue for issues that have completed coding and unit testing and are ready for the QC team. Greenhopper seems unwilling to allow me to transition to steps that exist within the same column that the issue being transition is already in but in a different step.

Is there a solution to this problem or am I required to change my workflow and/or column layout?

Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.

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Renjith Pillai Community Champion Dec 30, 2012

I guess that is not supported, as each column in actually indicates the state of the issue from a GreenHopper point of view. If you need to visualize a second state (which is mapped to another JIRA status) I guess you need to make a column. Isn't that also logical to see where the issue currently stands?

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