I’m not an ambassador for Adaptavist, but just blogging this piece just in case if anyone finds interesting.
In some JIRA workflow configurations you might let certain statuses to allow any status transition inbound. This effectively allows a “transition loop”, making it possible to transition to itself. In UI/UX perspective, this wastes screen space for an additional transition button.
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Today I hit a snag when I was attempting to log into one of our JIRA dev environments where SSO unexpectedly wasn’t working properly and it didn’t let me in.
So here’s my workaround.
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Found a piece that isn’t well documented. But as usual, I’m explaining my steps and then the solution. It’s no real big deal anyway. 🙂
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JIRA to JIRA project migration — most of the time this has been a headache when it comes to customer negotiations and compromises.
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So, this is loosely another part of the unofficial series ‘fixing a corrupted JIRA db‘.
However, this is a different case. This JIRA instance (7.1.x) was created by importing a huge XML backup (> 1 million issues). Due to an unknown reason, ActiveObjects didn’t import. That means, JIRA Software (aka JIRA Agile) no longer functioned normal.
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Yesterday I blogged about how to fix JIRA Permission Schemes of a corrupted JIRA database. The observation was from atlassian-jira.log, but in my case I soon found out the problem was much greater in my case.
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Edit (24 May): Spoiler alert! There’s a better way.
I came across a corrupted JIRA database with all projects lost their permission schemes.
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If you are a JIRA system administrator, have you ever come across the requirement of partially exporting JIRA into XML – probably for importing individual projects into another JIRA instance?
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Here’s a little post for JIRA Administrators.
One of the major culprits, if JIRA runs slow, is the number of custom fields. What makes your JIRA to have so many custom fields? Because JIRA is customizable and so easy doing that, whenever a colleague of yours calls and say we want a new custom field, you go ahead and you create them.
Continue reading “[JIRA] Five guidelines for managing custom fields” →