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Figuring Out Which Automation Created an Issue

I have an issue that was created via Jira Automation that I want to stop but I can't figure out how to quickly find which Automation rule triggered it's creation. I looked under history for the issue and only found that Jira Automation created it not which automation. When I look at the audit log in the automation settings it only shows changes to the rules not when the rules were run. I'm hoping I don't have to go rule by rule to figure out which one is creating this issue but I don't seem to have a better solution. Any ideas? 

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Dirk Ronsmans
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Oct 06, 2022

Hey @Amelia Giuliani ,

Normally on the right side in your issue you can see a menu/link "Rule Executions" which should tell you which rules were executed on the issue.


Thank You! I didn't click into it! 

Hi is there a similar field available for Jira data center version aswell ?

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