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Insert Template via Behaviour

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Moses Thomas Community Leader Jan 28, 2020

Dear Adaptavist,

I have been  trying to insert template via behaviour  script,  but experiencing a  weird, periodic  issue when i  execute my script.(So i wounder what i am doing wrong  but i suspect that it could be a bug. Could any one  please help ?   I  have set the behavior  to occur on the create issue transition. 

The 3rd Scenario seems not to be working after been treated in groovy script, i suspect it is a bug , because some time it work perfect when i choose issue type Epic and suddenly stops working again ! 

JIRA version 8.5.1

These are the scenarios to  be treated

  • Fill in predefined template into the fields(Environment, Description) upon creating ticket for the issueType Bug, and project A
  • When you mistaken choose issueType Bug and modified the template in the fields(Environment, Description) and change the issueType then new values should remain.
  • When predefined template is populated into the fields(Environment, Description) without template been modified upon creating ticket and you switch between issueTypes/Projects the Template should be cleared
  • When issue type other than Bug is chosen template should not be populated.

   Initializer

   
def descript = getFieldById("description")
def environ = getFieldById("environment")

def defaultEnvTemplate = "* Gator version:\n* HS type (if applicable):\n* Clients connected to Gator (if applicable):\n"+
"* Sensors connected to Gator (if applicable):\n* Logs/Memory dump collected and attached, with DECT/VoIP debug option on (if applicable)?:\n"+
"* Connection type (DSLAM type, if used):"

def defaultDescTemplate = "* Preconditions:\n* Course of action:\n* Error description:\n* Time of error occurrence (if logs are attached):"

if(issueContext.projectObject.key == "AA" && issueContext.issueType.name == "Bug")
{

if (!underlyingIssue?.description && descript.value == null) {
descript.setFormValue(defaultDescTemplate)

}

if (!underlyingIssue?.environment && environ.value == null) {
environ.setFormValue(defaultEnvTemplate)
}


}

Server side script

def empty = """ """
def descript = getFieldById("description")
def environ = getFieldById("environment")


def defaultEnvTemplate = "* Gator version:\n* HS type (if applicable):\n* Clients connected to Gator (if applicable):\n"+
"* Sensors connected to Gator (if applicable):\n* Logs/Memory dump collected and attached, with DECT/VoIP debug option on (if applicable)?:\n"+
"* Connection type (DSLAM type, if used):"

def defaultDescTemplate = "* Preconditions:\n* Course of action:\n* Error description:\n* Time of error occurrence (if logs are attached):"


if (issueContext.projectObject.key == "AA" && issueContext.issueType.name == "Bug" ) {

}

else {
if(!underlyingIssue?.environment && environ.value == defaultEnvTemplate )
{
environ.setFormValue(empty)
}

if(!underlyingIssue?.description && descript.value == defaultDescTemplate)
{
descript.setFormValue(empty)
}

}


if(issueContext.projectObject.key != "AA" && issueContext.issueType.name != "Bug") {
if(!underlyingIssue?.environment && environ.value == defaultEnvTemplate)
{
environ.setFormValue(empty)
}

if(!underlyingIssue?.description && descript.value == defaultDescTemplate)
{
descript.setFormValue(empty)
}

}

 

Thanks!

Mo

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Moses Thomas Community Leader Apr 19, 2021

Problem solved  !  reconstructed code :)

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