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What's wrong with my Jira automation smartvalues?

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Hello,

I'm doing Jira automation scripts for Data Center instance. I have a script that is supposed to send a Slack message when JQL condition of "Resolution in (Duplicate)" in a match. However, I'm not getting the results what I'm hoping for. Details below:

Script for Slack message:

:two: <{{issue.url}}|{{issue.key}}> has been resolved by {{initiator.displayName}} as *DUPLICATE*.

It {{issue.issuelinks.type.inward}} <https://my.atlassian.net/browse/{{issue.issuelinks.outwardIssue.key}}|{{issue.issuelinks.outwardIssue.key}} {{issue.issuelinks.outwardIssue.fields.summary}}>.

What I'm expecting to see:

:two: PROJECT-123 has been resolved by Initiator as DUPLICATE.

It is duplicated by PROJECT-1234 This is the duplicate issue.

What I'm currently seeing:

:two: PROJECT-123 has been resolved by Initiator as DUPLICATE.

It .

Smart values:

issue.issuelinks.type.inward = "is duplicated by"
issue.issuelinks.outwardIssue.key = PROJECT-1234
issue.issuelinks.outwardIssue.fields.summary = "This is the duplicate issue"

---

So what am I doing wrong? Are the smart values in wrong format? Should they be #issue or #issuelinks instead?

Thank you!

// Jenni

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Mykenna Cepek Community Leader Feb 04, 2022

The documentation for using issueLinks in Smart Values is severely lacking right now -- please provide feedback to Atlassian at the bottom of those documentation pages! Server/DC page here, Cloud page here.

Perhaps issue.issuelinks.outwardIssue might be a list? So perhaps Smart Value list traversal is needed? Server/DC docs here, Cloud docs here.

It might be coincidence that {{issue.issuelinks.outwardIssue.key}} appears to resolve as a scalar (not list) value when there is just one item in the list.

Hi @Jenni Järvinen 

Yes, and...to what Mykenna notes:

I tried your complete expression with a Jira Cloud rule and it works as you expected.  The only hiccup was when I had multiple linked issues outward...in which case it concatenated all of the results (i.e. no list iterator needed).

I recommend talking to your site admin to submit a ticket to support for this one to uncover the problem.

Kind regards,
Bill

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