The structure of an Elements Checklist panel is composed of Attributes
Panel structure configuration
|Calculate||Perform calculation based on Number, Checkbox or Calculate attributes||See the Calculate attributes formulas page for more details|
|Checkbox||Two states checkbox: checked or unchecked|
|Component||List all components configured in the current project|
|Date||Date field||Display format is 2017/08/21 (yyyy/mm/dd)|
|File||Multi value file picker|
|Issue||Set of Jira Issues||Project Administrator can filter suggested issues with a JQL query. If left blank, all issues from your Jira instance will be listed.|
|Number||Can store Integer or float|
|Select list||List of options configured by the project administrator||Ability to inactive select list option|
|Text||Single line text, without formatting||Styling with Markdown is supported|
|Text multiline||Text on multiple lines.||Styling with Markdown is supported|
|User||Reference to a JIRA user|
|Version||List all versions configured in the current project||Project Administrator can choose to display all versions, only released versions or only not released versions|
Panel configuration edition
If the configuration of an existing panel is changed, it may or may not have an impact on the existing data.
Let's see this in detail:
- when an attribute is deleted from a Panel configuration, it will be deleted on existing issues - all data will be lost
- when an attribute is added to a panel configuration, it will be added on already populated panels - its value will be empty even if it is mandatory.
- when a calculated attribute is created or edited, it will appear on existing panels - the computation will be made, it means that you won't have to edit existing Elements Checklist to see the result of the computation. However, in order to be able to perform JQL searches based on this attribute, all issues of the project must be re-indexed.
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