we recently started using GH to manage an existing JIRA project. when i drag an issue on a Scrum Rapid Board from 'in-progress' to 'done' I see that issue's status is updated 'in-progress' to 'resolved' but 'Resolution' field remains 'unresolved' - which is confusing. Is there a way to either:
a) automatically update 'resolution' to 'fixed' or
b) (better IMO) prompt user on 'drop' to select a resolution (because it could also be 'duplicate' or 'won't fix').
If neither is currently possible, how would a developer close an issue as a dupe or won't fix? Directly from JIRA (ie don't use drag&drop from GH in that case?)
Both of these are possible.
a) automatically set the resolution on transition with a post function: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Configuring+Workflow#ConfiguringWorkflow-Applyingpostfunctionstotransitions
b) prompt user to set resolution on transition: create a screen with "resolution" field on it, and add that screen to your transition: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Configuring+Workflow#ConfiguringWorkflow-Usingascreenwithatransition
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