|Constructor and Description|
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Returns true if the new custom field is valid for all the issue types that the old custom field is used from.
Returns true if the given customFieldTypeKey from the Project Import exists in the current system, and also implements the CustomFieldImportable interface.
Validates the automatic mappings that have been created to see if the mappings are relevant in the current JIRA instances setup.
public MessageSet validateMappings(I18nHelper i18nHelper, BackupProject backupProject, IssueTypeMapper issueTypeMapper, CustomFieldMapper customFieldMapper)
Note that validation of the actual values in the Custom Fields is done separately by the Custom Field itself.
i18nHelper- helper bean that allows us to get i18n translations
backupProject- is the backup project the data is mapped from
issueTypeMapper- is the populated issueTypeMapper
customFieldMapper- is the populated statusMapper
public boolean customFieldIsValidForRequiredContexts(ExternalCustomFieldConfiguration externalCustomFieldConfiguration, CustomField newCustomField, String oldCustomFieldId, CustomFieldMapper customFieldMapper, IssueTypeMapper issueTypeMapper, String projectKey)
externalCustomFieldConfiguration- contains the configuration of the custom field as defined in the backup XML.
newCustomField- is a custom field in the current JIRA instance who's context is being checked.
oldCustomFieldId- the old custom field id from the backup XML which will indicate which issue types the field was used in.
customFieldMapper- is the populated custom field mapper.
issueTypeMapper- is the populated issue type mapper.
projectKey- is the project we are importing into.
public boolean customFieldTypeIsImportable(String customFieldTypeKey)
customFieldTypeKey- Key of the CustomField Type that we are checking.
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