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I am looking to utilize an automated rule that will populate the next unreleased version (that ends in ".1") into the fix version field, upon being transitioned into a specific status.
Presently, our Fix Version releases have naming conventions that are labeled as "v.3.55.1", where "v.3.55.2, v.3.55.3, etc." would be hot-fixes. In the rule, the goal would be to have the field populated with the next unreleased version that ends in ".1", in order to avoid the issue being updated with a hot-fix version.
The logic to pull in the next unreleased version exists, though it does not address the issue in which we are attempting to resolve. I am hoping to receive feedback in reference to how to have the version selected based upon the criteria of ending with ".1"
Hi @Davielle Boyce-Hotz -- Welcome to the Atlassian Community!
Short answer: no.
Longer answer, and possible work-arounds:
In Jira, the "next unreleased version" is the one at the bottom of the list in the release/version list (without changing the sort order in that view). If your ".1" version is at the bottom of the list, you could find it just using the built-in rule features.
If it is not the "next" one, and there is one-and-only-one unreleased version with a ".1" at the end of the name, you could call the REST API to get all versions for the project, using a rule's web request, and then filter to find the correct one.
Otherwise, this may not be possible as I do not believe you can access the ordering of the versions from outside of the user interface with out-of-the-box Jira features. There might be a marketplace addon which can help with this.