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How can I access transition properties in Jira Automation

I have a scenario where I want to run an automation rule based on a transition... the status doesn't change so I am trying to access transition properties to identify the transition the user clicked. How can I do this? 

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Hi @Layton Everson 

Interesting question. For self transitions (I guess that's what you have) you can configure a rule to trigger on Transition where from and to status are same. Jira's issue history will still have this information which you are access using this smart value.


This will give you something like this.

{status=[ChangeItemBean{field='status', fieldType='null', from='3', fromString='In Progress', to='3', toString='In Progress'}]}

I hope it helps. Let me know if that's what you were looking for.


Is there a way to see the output of {{changelog}} ?

Just use it in the comment or log. I shared above the output of {{changelog}}

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And you are saying that the change log will contain the transition properties? I'll check it out. 

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