Workflow Extension - Conditional post function Question

I am trying to test out some concepts before buying and implementing some Add-Ons.

I am using a trial version of this one:

https://innovalog.atlassian.net/wiki/display/JMWEC/JIRA+Misc+Workflow+Extensions+for+JIRA+Cloud

 

I am trying to make a conditional post function to make a story be automatically created when I transition an Epic into the "In Progress" Status.

On my epic, I made some custom fields like checkboxes and radio buttons and number fields.

I am using the post function "Raise an Issue", and everything works intuitively. 

However, I can't get the conditional execution to work.

For example, I'd like to launch a story only if "Radio Choice 2" is selected, or if "Checkbox 3" is selected, or if the number field has a value of over 2500.

(also, the box that I'm supposed to enter the conditionals is saying I should be using nunjucks notation, and I can't find any documentation that lets me select fields other than the default ones.)

Does anyone have experience with this sort of thing?

Any help would be appreciated!

 

 

 

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Hi Tomy, I'm not sure what you mean by let's you select fields other than the default ones. For the nunjucks notation, you would just add issue.fields.<fieldname>. That's not working for you?

Hi Karalee,

 

I was wondering about the expansion to that.

For example, is it issue.fields.<fieldname> = True?

Is it issue.fields.<fieldname>.selected? 

How do I select the different ones for radio buttons, or checkboxes?

Those are the kind of clarifications I was hoping for.

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