This article shows how to create a real JIRA link between the source and destination issues in local connection. The link remains even if the issue has been Unexalated.
By default, the Exalate app displays a remote issue link on the Sync panel, but once you 'Unexalate' an issue, the sync panel will be removed from the issue view.
In some cases, it would be handy to keep the remote issue link on the source issue, even if the synchronization is finished.
In local connection, you have only one set of the Sync Rules for both sides. More details.
We provide these scripts as an example. There is no guarantee on scripts stability, as they didn't run through a complete validation cycle.
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1. Upload the file
Upload the files into the $JIRA_HOME/scripts directory.
2. Add scripts to the Sync Rules
The remote issue link displays on the Sync panel and in the Issue Links section
The remote issue link remains in the Issue Links section (the issue is not under sync anymore)