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UPDATED June 15, 2022 AEST: The ProForma automation engine will stop running rules on July 14th, 2022. I previously stated that the automation engine would stop running rules on July 7th.
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UPDATED May 4th, 2022 AEST: Form automation components are now live in Jira Service Management. Click here to read about the new components.
The ProForma automation engine will stop running rules on July 14th, 2022. ProForma customers still using the Marketplace app will still be able to view and delete their existing ProForma automation rules, but those rules will no longer run after this date.
Customers with ProForma automation rules running must rebuild their existing ProForma automation rules using Jira Automation. Existing ProForma customers will be able to rebuild their ProForma automation rules following migration to the new first-party form builder in Jira.
Some Jira instances with ProForma already installed may see the new Automation integration as early as April 11, 2022. Please note: the Form Submitted trigger will not work until your instance has been migrated to the new form builder. Technical contacts will receive an email notifying them of when an instance will be migrated.
ProForma automation rules are created and maintained on the forms settings page. Click below to see a table showing how ProForma automation components can be reimplemented in Jira Automation.
The following ProForma automation rule and legacy Jira Service Management Automation Action are not available in the new first party form builder.
Two ProForma workflow validators must be changed to the new native forms validators. To make this change, simply edit your workflow and change the ProForma workflow validator to the Jira forms validator listed below.
The last ProForma validator listed below is being discontinued and will not be replaced.
Please note: The Jira forms validators mentioned below may be available in some instances as early as April 11, 2022. You may begin updating your workflow validators as soon as the Jira forms validators become available in your instance.
We regularly update the ProForma FAQ page with information relevant to current ProForma customers.
Please contact support if you have questions about migrating from ProForma to the first-party form builder.
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