I'm trying to sync data between two jira instances. The connection is already established and working fine, but the data change between the instances is not working as expected. So I've tried to first do some investigation and set-up a secondary project (based on the configuration of the first one) in the same instance as the source. I've added some new custom fields and established the local connection. Within the code connection settings, I've added the following code within the outbound connection:
replica.customFields."11800" = issue.customFields."11100"
replica.customFields."11801" = issue.customFields."11200"
issue.customFields."11100".value = replica.customFields."11800"?.value
issue.customFields."11200".value = replica.customFields."11801"?.value
Nevertheless, after triggering the sync, a new issue in the secodary project is created, custom fields are populated as well, with the same values as the source, it's just that the wrong fields are populated in the destination project.
Source custom field values are populated to the same custom fields in the destination project. That means, I have the custom field 11100 in the source, that should be copied into the custom field 11800, but in the destination project, the custom field 11800 has no value, and the custom field 11100 is populated instead.
Is there anything that I'm doing wrong?
Thank you and best regards,
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