By Matthew B. Doar
If youre conversant in JIRA for factor monitoring, malicious program monitoring, and different makes use of, you recognize it may occasionally be difficult to establish and deal with. during this concise publication, software program toolsmith Matt Doar solutions tricky and frequently-asked questions about JIRA management, and indicates you ways JIRA is meant for use.
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To ensure that this new field doesn’t interfere with other projects and their issues, don’t add the new field to any other screens. Adding a Custom Field | 31 This is the end of the worked example. Note that when you’re looking for the Amount field to use in a search in the Issue Navigator, you will have to choose a project and an issue type in order for that the custom field to appear as a choice. Names Used in the Example This section lists all the different names used in the example above in one convenient place: Accounts A project category ACCTEST, ACCMAIN, ACCSUB The keys of three JIRA projects in the Accounts project category Accounting, Engineering Groups of JIRA users Users, Developers The standard JIRA project roles Invoice A new issue type Amount A custom field in Invoice issues The seven schemes and the things they control are: Accounts Notification scheme The notification scheme for Accounts JIRA projects Accounts Permission scheme The permission scheme for Accounts JIRA projects Accounts Issue Type scheme The issue type scheme for Accounts JIRA projects • Invoice—a new issue type used in the ACCTEST JIRA project • Task, Improvement—existing issue types Accounts Issue Security scheme The issue security scheme for Accounts JIRA projects • All Accounting—a security level in the issue security scheme • Confidential Accounting—another security level in the issue security scheme Accounts Workflow scheme The workflow scheme for Accounts JIRA projects • Invoice Workflow—a custom workflow for the Invoice issue type 32 | Chapter 4: JIRA as a Platform Accounts Field Configuration scheme The field configuration scheme for Accounts JIRA projects • Invoice Field Configuration—the field configuration for the Invoice issue type Accounts ITSS The issue type screen scheme for Accounts JIRA projects • Invoice Screen scheme—the screen scheme for the Invoice issue type • Invoice Screen—the screen used for the Invoice issue type by the Invoice Screen scheme Summary The key to using JIRA for many groups is to have a standard way of using JIRA schemes and issue types.
One of the major attractions of JIRA is the ability to customize workflows, including adding new statuses, new transitions, and making other things happen as part of transitions. This chapter describes how to create such a JIRA workflow from scratch. 35 Figure 5-1. The default JIRA workflow Why would you want to do that? JIRA comes with one default workflow. You could create your custom workflow by simply copying and modifying the default workflow. However, I’ve found that doing this often leads to maintenance problems including: • The names of your statuses may not be the same as the ones in the default JIRA workflow, and renaming them doesn’t completely hide the old names everywhere in JIRA.
To make a change to a workflow once it’s in use and active, you have to create a draft of the workflow, edit the draft, and finally publish the draft. The option of saving a copy of the original workflow is offered when the workflow is published, and can be useful if version numbers are added to the workflow name. However, I generally find it leads to too many copies of old workflows, so I don’t use it. One thing that’s currently missing in JIRA is a way to compare two versions of the same workflow.