I have created a very simple two step workflow for a project, as you can see in the attachment. I have associated it with a project, but when I Pass a issue in the project, the status does not automatically transition from To Do to Done. I have to manually do this, which is not ideal.
How can this transition be done automatically?
In my opinion, JIRA workflows are tools for:
I've never used Zephyr, but I think that transitioning an issue on a test being passed is not a built-in functionality. However, I doubt that such an automation is really useful for any purposes, specially in a two-step workflow.
Consider if you need a JIRA workflow at all.
If you finally decide that you want to use a JIRA workflow anyway, and need to transition many issues of type 'test' to Done, I guess you can:
type in the field:
executionStatus = PASS and status = "To Do"
Up to 1000 issues can be transitioned simultaneously through this bulk change procedure.
Alternatively, you can develop your own solution for automating the transition by using the JIRA REST API.
Firstly, thank you both for your swift replies. What I mean is that a test (issue) went from Unexecuted to Passed, but there was no transition from To Do to Done. I haven't set up any automation to do this. All I've done was create the very simple two step Workflow, and I raised this question because it doesn't seem to be transitioning the Passed test.
I'm new to JIRA, so please forgive me if I'm making stupid Newbie mistakes.
>What I mean is that a test (issue) went from Unexecuted to Passed,
That's not part of your workflow, so I'm still not sure what you are expecting to happen. What exactly does a "pass" mean? What happens to the issue? What changes?
Once we know that, we might be able to help you automate the transition. Or, maybe, change the workflow so that the "pass" is actually part of the process, rather than just triggering something.
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