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I am trying to build up a global rule that would check the projects for existing epics of a certain type and create them, if they are not present.
Got stuck with defining "for every project" iteration. such that checks a project for existence of epic and then creates within the same project, if no epic is found.
Would you please post images of your current rule and the audit log details? That may provide context for the community to offer suggestions. Thanks!
Until then, I am not familiar with a branch type of "for every project". Are you using Jira Cloud, Jira Data Center/Server, or some other Atlassian product?
The thing I am stuck is the very start of the rule.
I need to initiate a search through the project for a specific EPIC name. If it is not there - then create that very epic. But also don't need it on schedule, just a once triggered.
Sadly, the manual trigger for my Jira Cloud is configured as Rule is run when it is manually triggered by the user from an issue.
And I was thinking of running else/if condition - but how do then I specify a query where Epic = exists?