Workflow properties

jira.field.resolution.exclude
Resolution id
Add comma-separated resolution ids to the transition properties where you want to not show certain resolutions

jira.field.resolution.include
Resolution id
Add comma-separated resolution ids to the transition properties

jira.i18n.submit
i18n property key
Transition (usage: action submit button name)

jira.i18n.title
i18n property key
Transition (usage: action name, etc.)

jira.issue.editable
true, false
Configuring Workflow Step

jira.permission.*

  • jira.permission.assignable.user
  • jira.permission.close.user
  • jira.permission.assignable.projectrole

user1, user2 / group1, group2 / role/

WorkflowBasedPermissionManager class description (API documentation)
Permissions based on Workflow Status
For link permissions
How to deactivate comments for closed issues shows how to use jira.permission.comment.user=denied
jira.permission.edit.group=jira-administrators means that only JIRA administrators can edit an issue (blog)
jira.permission.work.denied with no value will stop users logging work
Step (usage: only to restrict permission to either roles,group, or users when issue is in that step or the next step)

opsbar-sequence
Integer value greater than or equal to 0
Configuring Workflow (Customizing Transitions)
Transitions on the ‘View Issue’ page

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