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Nik-
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Jira connector custom field issue

I am using the Jira connector for Flow that creates a Jira card from a Forms response.
I am recieveing the following error when submitting a form, "customfield_10119": "Field 'customfield_10119' cannot be set. It is not on the appropriate screen, or unknown."

According to the documentation (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/jira), customfield_10119 is assigned to the 'Epic Name' field. However, in Jira the 'Epic Name' field is really customfield_10005.

 

Is there a way to change the set field on the connectors side or some other way to correct this issue?

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ghollingsworth
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Re: Jira connector custom field issue

Having the exact same issue, cause by this piece of the JIRA Create Issue Action:

"customfield_10119": "@{body('Get_response_details')?['rbfc321c212754c899a4544b659ca5218']} - Launch"

Can we get a fix on this? It completely prevents the flow from being used to create Epics

petemccann
Level: Power Up

Re: Jira connector custom field issue

I am having this issue as well when using a flow to create jira issues from a SP list. Specifiying no text works for other issue types, but Epics require a name in Jira by default and this appears to be pointing at the wrong custom field ID. 

 

Edit: It appears that the field assigned for Epic Name is different across various instances. One of the above users mentioned their was an id containing 10005. The ID for one of the instances I am working with for Epic name is instead CustomFieldId_10007. 

 

This would be easilly rectified if I could change the custom field ID that is obviously wrong when viewed in the code peak: 

"customfield_10119": ...
 
 

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