Is there a way to create a new issue (or clone) without providing a specific project name?
In other words, i need a rule that can create an issue, while target project is based on a trigger' field value (assume that there is a field with the project key or name (tried both) provided by a user and can vary.
tried using smart values for both project and issue type and it fails on 'project name is required'.
i have a workaround in mind but i don't like very much.. (it requires a rule for each possible project, bunch of flags and complex maintenance )
thank you in advance!
Thank you again, @Simeon Ross .
it is not that simple..
Imagine i have a rule triggered from project A. The rule is supposed to create a new issue in another project (B, C, D..), based on a value of projectA_field. The value of projectA_field is entered by user.
For example, if projectA_field = "B", the issue will be created in B, if projectA_field="C", then in project C.
Project A is kind of a hub, creating tickets dynamically in other projects
Hope this clarifies.
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