We are currently Auto Transition Listener to transition an issue from "Waiting for Customer" to "Under Investigation". This seems to be working fine. We are also using JIRA Service Desk's SLA functionality. We have an SLA that is set to pause when the status is updated to "Waiting for Customer", then resume when moving back to "Under Investigation". The problem we are having is that when this transition is done automatically via the listener, the SLA does not resume. Is there something we need to do to trigger the SLA to resume?
I tried reproducing your issue with the JIRA toolkit plugin version 0.35.7 but the SLA state was updating as expected. I would recommend you to contact Atlassian support.
We have the same problem. Workflow with statuses "Waiting for User", "Waiting for Service Desk" and transition from first to second one. When issue is in the status "Waiting for user" SLA is paused. In case "Waiting for Service Desk" time of SLA is running. If we launch this transition manually, it all works perfect. We have also auto transition listener triggered by user' comment - it works almost good: transition is realized, status changed from "user" to "service desk", as we defined, but SLA is still paused and we don't know why.
SLA field "Pause on (Optional) Time is not counted during" is filled by "Waiting for User" status only. If we recalculate and update SLA manually, time is starting. What we should do more?
JIRA 6.3.8, JIRA Service Desk 2.1.1, JIRA Toolkit Plugin 0.35.11.
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