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The Integrity Check in Configuration Manager for Jira allows you to automatically fix some of the most common configuration problems in your system. Integrity Check allows you to use the so-called Quick Fixes to resolve the detected common errorsJira automatically. The app offers you quick actions to resolve configuration errors detected by Integrity Check. The quick fixes help allow you to automatically resolve fix the problematic use cases with a single click.
The quick fix actions are located in the error details section of each supported detected problem after . After the violation check is performed. The action is executed by clicking on the button. A confirmation dialog pops up for all quick-fix actionsfinishes, you can find the action button in the Location section of an error. Click the quick-fix button and confirm to resolve the specific configuration problem.
Configuration Manager for Jira needs to be installed with a valid license if you want to use the quick fixes. Otherwise, the actions are not enabled and a message indicates that a valid license is needed.
Bulk Quick Fix
You can also use a bulk Quick fix action to automatically resolve all configuration errors with available quick fixes. The bulk action allows you to action is located on top of the violation list and has a counter showing the sum of available quick fixes.
With this action, you can apply all available quick fixes to your configuration with a single click. After you confirm confirming the changes, all available quick fixes are applied at the same time. There is a button called Quick fix with a counter showing the number of available quick fixes you can useto your Jira one after another.
Here you can learn which configuration problems have quick fix actions in Integrity Check.
Agile board referring to a missing filter
Example: Agile Board Scrum board refers to the missing filter 10000.
Project role is referring to missing user
Example: Project 'TestProject' refers to the missing user testUser.
Project role is referring to a missing group
Example: Project 'TestProject' refers to the missing group testGroup.
Dashboard gadget referring a missing custom field or sprint
Dashboard gadget referring a missing object (breaking the gadget)
Agile board referring missing field from the detail view
Agile board referring missing field from the card layout
JSD queue column referring missing field