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How can I access release attibutes within Jira automation

Hello together,

I am wondering how I can use release attributes in Jira automation like I can use issue attributes. 

Specifically I am looking for "Release Date" and "Predicted completion date" of an release to send it via email. 

Another option to generate a table with all these release dates would be also nice.

Thanks for any hints

Cheers Martin

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Hi @Martin Hechinger 

I believe that Release Date is a built-in field, and so you can access that one with smart values in an automation rules.

I am unfamiliar with "Predicted completion date"; is that something you are getting from an addon tool?  And I do not believe that Version/Release supports entity properties, so perhaps no one added that:

When you not generating a table of release dates, one way to do that with one of the marketplace addons for reporting, or to call the REST API from an automation rule, and then email the information.

Kind regards,

Hi and thanks @Bill Sheboy 

the predicted completion date is shown on the "Version Report" report metric below the graph. This value is calculated by jira somehow.

I do not get it to work with the REST API either. Maybe because I am useing Jira Software and not the cloud version ??

Best regards,


Thanks for clarifying.  I am not aware of a built-in way to get the calculated information from the Version Report...except by running the report.

I suggest looking at the marketplace for better release/version management reporting addons.

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