All issue statuses shown when creating status filter
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Using 0.9.3 I define a project to use only an issue tracker without the usual "new, assigned, ..." issue statuses. However when I create a filter on the issue status field I'm still presented with a list of both my new statuses but also the usual ones.
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#2 Updated by Thomas Pihl almost 7 years ago
Reread our defect report. I don't think this is a defect. If those statuses are defined in the system they should be possible to filter on. This is because you may save an filter that finds issues in all projects (or all subprojects).
I think this is as it is intended.
#3 Updated by Bo Hansen almost 7 years ago
Still if you are creating a filter while standing in a subproject I think it would be cleaner if only the issue statuses of the available trackers for this particular project. Especially if you have users only having access to this particular project. Then it would be nice if they are not bothered with a bunch of issue statuses they never use.
I understand about the global filters. In that case it should definitely show all issue statuses.
#7 Updated by Olivier Houdas over 1 year ago
- File 4385_issue_statuses_filter_fix_RM_3.1.1.diff added
It would be nice to include this fix in Redmine 3.1.2 or 3.2.
Attached is a patch (slightly different, but works) for Redmine 3.x, as the code of the previously attached patch became a bit old, and that part was moved from query.rb to issue_query.rb in more recent versions of Redmine.