I just created my first support project and I want to define the SLAs.
The SLAs differ between working days, weekends and emergency (night) tickets.
During weekdays priorities can be 1, 2 or 3.
During weekend and night time, we only work on priority 1 tickets.
Somehow it seems, that Jira doesn't care which calender is associated to an issue severity, it just takes the first result from the "Issues (JQL)" column.
The SLA setup looks like this:
Prio 1 - 2h - Weekday
Prio 1 - 3h - Weekend
Prio 1 - 3,5h - Night
Prio 2 - 4h - Weekday
Prio 3 - 8h - Weekday
Now if a ticket is created on the weekend with Prio 1, it is still set as Prio 1 weekday and the SLA starts to count on Monday...
Thanks in advance!
Your SLA definitions are based on JQL criteria. In order for this to work, you should make sure you have distinct selections as a basis for your SLA management. Your first 3 examples are identical.
So try to determine the calendar at issue creation (e.g. based on time / date of creation) and set the SLA calendar to use in a label or a custom field. Then use that custom field in the JQL of your SLA definition:
Priority = 1 and Calendar = Weekend
The trick is not so much in the JQL. What I would suggest is that you use a custom field named something like SLA Calendar in your Service Desk project that you use to set the time of creation. It might have values like:
Depending on how you use SLA calendars at your organisation. You can use a post function and a script (e.g using Scriptrunner) to set the SLA Calendar value based on the time of creation. I am not a script wizard myself, but you can definitely find inspiration on how to do this online.
As soon as you have this data, your JQL part for the actual SLA's becomes very straightforward:
Priority = <whatever> and "SLA Calendar" = Weekend (simply the value(s) from your custom field.
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