We're working on creating a JIRA project for which Epics, when they are transitioned to a particular state, should have a Task and its Sub-Tasks copied from a "template" Epic.
Has anyone done anything like this?
I know that we can manually clone a Task and its Sub-Tasks, and then change the parent Epic of the newly cloned Task manually, but we would like to automate the cloning of the source Task / Sub-Tasks from the "template" Epic upon transition of a any new Epic, and we would like to prevent every cloned Task and Sub-Task from having its name prefixed with "CLONE - " if we can prevent that.
Why wouldn't we just clone the Epic itself? Because it wouldn't make sense to have certain Tasks and their attendant Sub-Tasks as children of a new Epic if that Epic hasn't yet been transitioned to a specific state.
I've looked at the "Clones an issue and links" post-function that's provided by ScriptRunner ( https://scriptrunner.adaptavist.com/5.0.14/jira/builtin-scripts.html#_clones_an_issue_and_links ), but this will only clone the current issue, not a "template" task that you can specify.
If anyone happens to have example ScriptRunner / Java code that could perform this type of function, just let me know.
In terms of visualization of flow, what we are trying to achieve is:
Just let me know the best way to start to approach this problem.
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