Project copy does not copy custom field settings
|Assignee:||Jean-Philippe Lang||% Done:|
When making a project copy by going to /redmine/projects/template/copy custom field check boxes on the new project form are not set, all are unchecked. After project copy all custom field values are lost.
#2 Updated by Sebastian Paluch over 3 years ago
- File project-copy.png added
No, this is not expected behavior. I do have a project setup and want to use it as template. I do have chosen what trackers and custom field I want to use. I do have some issues created that do have values in custom field.
When I make a project copy all previously chosen custom fields are not checked on the new project form, if I proceed with copy, custom fields are to setup correctly and values for issues are not copied at all.
I would expect custom fields to be pre-selected in the same way as trackers are. Take a look in attached picture. Project settings on the left, project copy form on the right. Trackers are checked correctly, custom fields are not.
To copy my project template I need to have to web browsers open and manually set custom fields in the same way as in project setting. This is not expected.
#10 Updated by Sebastian Paluch about 3 years ago
So, I tried to track it down and here are some observations.
The r1592 has changed how custom fields are handled.
In /app/views/projects/_form.html.erb a line determining if custom field checkbox should be checked has been changed to use
@project.all_issue_custom_fields. Today the code looks like this:
<%= check_box_tag 'project[issue_custom_field_ids]', custom_field.id, (@project.all_issue_custom_fields.include? custom_field), :disabled => (custom_field.is_for_all? ? "disabled" : nil), :id => nil %>
It seems that when project is copied the
@project.all_issue_custom_fields returns nothing. The underlying SQL looks like this:
SELECT `custom_fields`.* FROM `custom_fields` WHERE `custom_fields`.`type` IN ('IssueCustomField') AND (is_for_all = 1 OR id IN (SELECT DISTINCT cfp.custom_field_id FROM custom_fields_projects cfp WHERE cfp.project_id = NULL)) ORDER BY `custom_fields`.`position` ASC
Notice that it checks for
cfp.project_id = NULL, this seems to be wrong and suggests that at the time when
@project.all_issue_custom_fields is called, the
@project.id is not set.
The r11916 has changed the
@project.all_issue_custom_fields to return a scope and include project id in WHERE causing the problem.