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Using Jira Service Desk and over the past weekend we (not me) migrated from on-prem to cloud and now somethings are not working.

Before migration..

 

We could send e-mails from JIRA when a request was received and have it show a few fields the requester filled out using {{issue.field}}

Now it does not render this information from the system but just shows (for ex:)

Your name

{{issue.name}} 

 

And this is instead of

Your name

John Doe

 

We are on Jira 8.13.9

 

1 answer

Hi @Marc Isikoff,

I don't know how that variable got in your configuration and where exactly it is. If it comes from customer notifications, you could use ${recipient.name} to specify the correct value.

If it is in automation, you can use proper smart values to refer either to the assignee or the reporter using {{issue.assignee.displayName}} or {{issue.reporter.displayName}} 

 Hope this helps!

I think that works for Automation for Jira, not Legacy Automation. 

 

If I use {{issue.field.displayName}} or just {{issue.field}} it red underlines that as if it doesn't know how to interpret.

I wouldn't know how to interpret that either, @Marc Isikoff 😅. The displayName syntax is specific to reporter and assignee, not to any other custom fields you may want to refer to.

Have a look at this support article on how to use smart values. It is indeed related to the new automation. But since you just migrated to cloud, I would recommend you to implement the new automation rather than the legacy version. It will become deprecated at some point in time, very likely ... 

Thanks Walter,

I'm working with my company on how the automation reverted to Legacy as I didn't do the migration nor can I install software.

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