We can use Behaviours in order to hide options of a customfield/dropdown in Jira depending of the value of the IssueType. If you are new I recommend first to do this example: Show/Hide Mandatory fields in Jira dynamically with Behaviours Behaviours is part of the Scriptrunner plugin of Adaptavist. In this example we will observe two…Read More
Predictable dropdown fields in Jira with Scriptrunner
This exercise is the continuation of: How to create a Jira custom field with options from an external REST API In this case, instead of use an external REST API to obtain the values of the dropdown, we want to use a static list of values. We will use the same approach than the other…Read More
JIRA filters private or public by default?
By default are always “Private“, but we can change the behaviour in the Administration section of JIRA (but just to make it “Public” by default). Just change the Default User Preferences. You must know, that the users can change his User Profile also and set “Public” or “Private” by default the new filters created or…Read More
Show/Hide Mandatory fields in Jira dynamically with Behaviours
It’s very easy to do in Jira Server with the help of the awesome plugin Adaptavist Scriptrunner. Just create a new Behaviour ( press “.” and write Behaviours). Associate the Behaviour to your project (and/or issuetype/s). And the click in “Fields” to add the field you want to “observe”. For example, custom field “Jira Category“.…Read More
How to set a default description template in your Jira tickets.
We have two ways to set a default template in the “Description” system field inside the Jira tickets. One way is using the famous plugin Adaptavist ScriptRunner “Behaviours”. Just press the key “.” in your usual Jira screen. We now are in the navigation menu. We will go to “Behaviours” config page. Now we can…Read More