Status to assign to the bug when submitted. Default value is NEW_.
Status to assign to the bug when assigned. Default value is ASSIGNED.
Status to assign to the bug when reopened. Default value is FEEDBACK.
Status to assign to the bug when feedback is required from the issue reporter. Once the reporter adds a note the status moves back from feedback to $g_bug_assigned_status or $g_bug_submit_status based on whether the bug assigned or not.
When a note is added to a bug currently in $g_bug_feedback_status, and the note author is the bug's reporter, this option will automatically set the bug status to $g_bug_submit_status or $g_bug_assigned_status if the bug is assigned to a developer. Defaults to enabled.
Resolution to assign to the bug when reopened. Default value is REOPENED.
Automatically set status to $g_bug_assigned_status whenever a bug is assigned to a person. Installations where assigned status is to be used when the defect is in progress, rather than just put in a person's queue should set it to OFF. Default is ON.
Bug is resolved, ready to be closed or reopened. In some custom installations a bug maybe considered as resolved when it is moved to a custom (FIXED OR TESTED) status.
Threshold resolution which denotes that a bug has been resolved and successfully fixed by developers. Resolutions above this threshold and below $g_bug_resolution_not_fixed_threshold are considered to be resolved successfully. Default value is FIXED.
Threshold resolution which denotes that a bug has been resolved without being successfully fixed by developers. Resolutions above this threshold are considered to be resolved in an unsuccessful way. Default value is UNABLE_TO_DUPLICATE.
Bug becomes readonly if its status is >= $g_bug_readonly_status_threshold. The bug becomes read/write again if re-opened and its status becomes less than this threshold. The default is RESOLVED. Once the bug becomes readonly, a user with an access level greater than or equal to $g_update_readonly_bug_threshold can still edit the bug.
'status_enum_workflow' defines the workflow, and reflects a simple 2-dimensional matrix. For each existing status, you define which statuses you can go to from that status, e.g. from NEW_ you might list statuses '10:new,20:feedback,30:acknowledged' but not higher ones.The default is no workflow, where all states are accessible from any others.
This is the access level required to open a bug. The default is REPORTER.
This is the access level generally required to update the content of a bug. The default is UPDATER.
This is the access level generally required to be access level needed to be listed in the assign to field. The default is DEVELOPER. If a more restrictive setting can be determined from $g_set_status_threshold, it will be used.
These settings control the access level required to promote a bug to a new status once the bug is opened.$g_set_status_threshold is an array indexed by the status value that allows a distinct setting for each status. It defaults to blank.If the appropriate status is not defined above, $g_update_bug_status_threshold is used instead. The default is DEVELOPER.
If set, bugs are allowed to be resolved and closed in one action. The default is OFF.
If set, the bug reporter is allowed to close their own bugs, regardless of their access level. The default is OFF.
If set, the bug reporter is allowed to reopen their own bugs once resolved, regardless of their access level. This allows the reporter to disagree with the resolution. The default is ON.
See also: Customizing Status Values