The default Edit Issue Operation is proposed depending on Edit Permission defined in Permission Scheme.

Minyaa provides a new Edit Issue Operation a way to extend the Condition to evaluate.

Steps are :

  • Default Edit Issue Operation is disabled by APIs
  • Evaluation of new condition is delegated to the MinyaaWorkflowManager
    • A new Meta Attribute is evaluated from the Issue's Workflow.

This Meta Attribute may be through a Boolean value :

<meta name="jira.issue.editable">false</meta>
or a Condition Class (See details.)


<meta name="jira.issue.editable"></meta>


This Meta Attribute may be used :
  • At the Workflow Step level

    <step id="1" name="Open">
    	<meta name="">10100</meta>
    	<meta name="jira.issue.editable"></meta>
    		<common-action id="10" />
    		<common-action id="20" />


  • At Edit Action level (See KAAM-190 and KAAM-226), which will be assumed for any Step

    	<action id="2" name="Edit Issue"  >
    		<meta name="">1</meta>
    		<meta name="jira.issue.editable">true</meta>
    		<restrict-to> ...	</restrict-to>
    		<validators> ... </validators>
    		<results> ... </results>


Also, you may define a default Edit Condition at Edit Action level, and just add another condition for some of Steps.

Condition defined at Step level will override those defined at Edit Action level.   

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