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Is there a way to disable - not remove - a post function?

I'll cut to the chase. I want to temporarily DISABLE a post-function, without having to completely delete it and then recreate it from scratch again later. Is there a way - either built into Jira, or with an add-on - to accomplish this?

I'm on Jira Core Server 7.2.7. Hoping to upgrade to 8.5.x this year.

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No, not even with add-ons.

A post function will be run if it is there on a transition.

What is the post-function though?  Some of them have ways you can configure them to do nothing without losing the rest of the config.

While I'm with Nic here in general, a final judgement can only be made knowing which post function you're referring to in particular here (as well as Jira default vs. app?).

Man, it's really disappointing that such a simple and useful feature is not available in any way whatsoever. Only thing I can think of would be to add a condition that returns false, but only certain post-functions have that option.

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