I'm playing around with Automation for Jira and I ran into a problem.
I have a rule in Project A that creates issues in Project B.
In Project B I have a rule to look for these issues and create Subtasks.
The problem is, that the rule in Project B doesn't work, it's not even picking up, that a new issue was created.
Here's the rule:
And here's the audit log:
The one time it worked, I created an issue manually in Project B.
I checked the workflow in Project B and upon creation, the correct trigger is fired. But these automatically created issues don't seem to fire that trigger, which seems odd to me.
I hope you can help.
@Steve Geiler- I was just working on a similar rule and ran into this issue as well. This seems like a bug as the rule fires when manually created, but not when the issue is created by 'Automation for Jira'. I'm looking for workarounds but so far have not come up with anything. I'll let you know if I do.
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