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The question is:
Is there a way in Automation for JIRA to automatically link tickets that are within a fixversion to a specific ticket type also within that same fixversion?
I would run this on the scheduler trigger, but the goal is this.
Fixversion is established: lets call it release-abcd
I have a current working automation that when a new fixversion is created it creates a ticket of issuetype called "Release Candidate" and added the created fixversion to it.
If any tickets (bug, task, story) are added to the above fixversion, I ideally want to have something auto link those tickets to the Release Candidate ticket which is also within the same fixversion.
There would be only 1 RC ticket per release and only 1 RC ticket per fixversion.
Is this even possible?
Hi @Larry Katz
If yes, this is how I got it to work:
^ Remember for the link type in Step 5 - you are linking from the Release Candidate to the other issue, due to the Branch in Step 3.
You can modify part of the rule depending on your specific need - for example:
Let us know if this works for you :)