You can email an issue by using the share option in JIRA. You can also email other JIRA users a link to the issue by sharing the issue with them or by mentioning them in an issue’s Description or Comment field.
The events are classified in two a System event (JIRA defined events) and Custom event (User defined events). An event describes the status, the default template and the notification scheme and workflow trition post function associations for the event.
In JIRA, an issue can be anything like a
Schemes are a major part of JIRA configuration. It is a collection of configured values that can be used by one or more JIRA project. For instance, Notification Schemes, Permission Scheme, Issue Type Scheme, and so on. There are total seven types of schemes.
Practically, it is not possible to trition an issue back to its previous status. However, you can use “onhold” feature to trition an issue back to its previous status. Here are the steps,
You can configure following things for each pair of an issue type and JIRA project.
Types of Post functions carried out after trition is executed includes
The backup data includes:
Three color will be displayed representing the amount of time spent behind the issue:
To disable mail notification for a particular Bulk Operations, you have to de-select the “Send Notification” checkbox in the bulk operation wizard.
To modify multiple bulk issues, you can use Bulk Change option from the “Tools” menu of the navigator. All the issues on the current page can be selected for the bulk operation.
The following list details the available bulk operations like:
The reason behind using JIRA is
Some popular add-ons for JIRA include,
As such Statuses are global objects in JIRA. Changing the name of the status on one workflow will change the status on all workflows that use that status
For Agile project to create user stories in JIRA, follow below steps:
If a workflow is active, you cannot edit the workflow name (only the description)
Security setting for any issue is defined or say set either at the time of creation of the issue or while editing the issue. The basic reason for security setting is to restrict the user access to the issue so that not all users are able to work on that issue. Security setting also allows the access of the issue to the member of chosen security level.
JIRA Schema consists of the following:
Workflow is defined as a movement of the bug/issue through various stages during its life-cycle
Cloning as issue allows you to create a duplicate of the original issue so that many employees can work on a single issue within a single project. The clone issue can be connected to the original issue. A clone issue holds following the information
It integrates with source control programs such as CVS, Git, Subversion, Clearcase, Visual SourceSafe, Mercurial, and Perforce.
Yes, it is possible to access JIRA cloud site via a mobile device. You have to just use the URL of the JIRA cloud site in your mobile web browser.
Issue change history includes :
Under Audit Log, you can see all the details about the issue created, and the changes made in the issues.
JIRA is an issue tracking product or a software tool developed by Atlassian, commonly used for bug tracking, project management and issue tracking; it is entirely based on this three aspects.
In JIRA, you can take backup of your JIRA cloud data using Backup Manager. But only one backup file is stored at a time. The existing backup is overwritten by new ones.
JIRA’S security setting restricts the access to the issue to only those person who is allowed to work on the issue or a member of the chosen security level. Security level of an issue can be set either when the issue is created or when the issue is being edited
JIRA offer reports that show statistics for projects, versions, people or other fields within issues. Various reports included with JIRA are
You can disable JIRA mobile for the site, so that users can be unable to operate the desktop view of JIRA on their mobile device. JIRA mobile comes as a system add-on and can be disabled any time.
The Validators in JIRA checks that any input made to the trition is valid before the trition is performed. If a validator fails, the issue will not progress to the destination status of the trition.