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Manually trigger, lookup isssues and edit issue

Warm greetings from Korea.


I want to know the way to search for some issues and edit its fields.

When I choose "manually triggered", only the one issue that I clicked is edited.

I want to click one issue > manually trigger > change bunch of issues that satisfy the JQL.


Will be waiting for your answer


Thank you :)


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Hi @박보은 

The rule you posted appears to do that, using a JQL branch to iterate on some specific issues, triggered manually.  What happens when you run that rule that does not work as you expect?

Kind regards,

The number of searched JQL(Branch) is two,

But the log shows the Branch rule has been act on only one issue.

So only JG-2613 has an comment finally.



Thank you for that information.

Was one of the issues you expected to see in the branch loop the trigger issue?

Is so, automation rules add exclusion JQL to remove the trigger issue from branches.  This prevents a possible collision, looping, or duplicated processing conditions.

The work-around would be to add the comment to the trigger issue before or after the loop, and let the branch process all of the remainder.

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