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If you need additional help, please reach out to our Support team. If you think your question will also benefit other Community members, create a new topic in the Developer Community. Thank you KonstantinK for the detailed explanation of the changes. I have one question though about Change 6. Can you elaborate why you are not also adding the new changelog entry there now as well?
If yes, we could use that one for verifying that the behaviour works. Hello KonstantinK , Thanks a lot for sharing those details. We also plan to post this deprecation notice at Jira Cloud platform. This rollout plan for Change 6 was a trade-off between the complexity of the changes consumers potentially need to make to read basically the same changelog entry with a different name versus managing both old and new changelog items in one webhook.
From these examples we see that both IssueParentAssociation and Epic Link changelog entries have the same format, except for the IssueParentAssociation entry not having the fieldId attribute, and having a different value in fieldtype.
Also, the IssueParentAssociation is issue type agnostic, which means that this changelog entry cannot be used to determine if the parent is Epic, Base level, or any other type. When it comes to Parent vs IssueParentAssociation , the format is identical. We encourage consumers to write their code, such that it can work with both old and new changelog entries.
Please let me know if you have any concerns about this or if you rely on fieldId and fieldtype in your Epic Link consumer. So we can not build the issues hierarchy in this case at all. Currently, we have only one client with this behavior and that breaks our app… Can you please help with weird behavior? Hi anton2 , thanks for letting us know about this problem! At this stage, I suggest you raise a Support ticket for this, so we have all the details on the affected instance e.
Please mention me Konstantin Kulishenkov on that ticket or send me a link to it once created via direct messages , so I can assist with the investigation. Instances that are part of the Jira Ecosystem beta group can still safely use the new functionality the parent field for CMP, and all other features mentioned in the notice.
Do you have approximate dates of when versions will be available to test? The change described in this notice is for Cloud only. I have a couple of doubts:. Will these changes be available as of 31 May ? Since these fields will not be available from the mentioned date, our apps could stop working if there is no way to collect the issues of an epic or a roadmap level. These fields will only be removed from the API. I know this can be a bit confusing, so we made it clear in the announcement.
The reason for this is that the JQL implementation of all these fields is different from API, and they are being tackled separately. And thanks for your patience while waiting for all these changes - we think that unifying hierarchy will eventually make it easier to develop and maintain apps using Jira API. What is changing? Change 6 Webhooks in Jira : Webhook events: All webhook events where the payload includes the issue changelog.
Example of the Epic Link changelog item the changelog item for Parent Link is similar : "items": [ The epic will no longer get the Epic Child changelog Example of the IssueParentAssociation changelog item: "items": [ Until 30 November , only the old changelog entry will be returned.
Consumers should write their code, such that it can work with both old and new changelog entries. On 30 November we will stop returning the old changelog entry, and start returning the new one. Why is it changing? Plan to migrate away from the deprecated behavior and start using the new behavior. By when do I need to do it? The new behavior is now available in all Jira Cloud instances. Does this deprecation apply to our Server or Data Center products? This change is only for Jira Cloud.
Have there been any changes to Jira Expressions? How can I test Change 6 before 30 November ? This is expected behavior. What if my question is not answered here? Deprecation of fields values Epic Link and Parent in issue history changelogs. So, Epic Name becomes useless, too at least for our use case. Cheers, Matthias. Could you please share the following exact dates once they are known? When do the first customers outside the Jira Ecosystem beta group see these changes?
Note that this can already break apps, e. Any thoughts? Thanks, David. Thanks, Konstantin. Hi ben2 , thanks for your feedback! Please let us know if this will break your or any other Marketplace app. Hi matthias , this is a great question. Hi, KonstantinK! Thanks for the update. Regards, David. Hi dortiz , The change described in this notice is for Cloud only.
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