I am trying to find a way to check if there is any JIRA project Release out of date.
My interest is to check it once a week (Friday), and send an email with the out of date releases information.
I am trying it using Jira Automation, but although I have found a way to automate the sending of an email when a release is updated, I cannot see how to check it without any release change (periodic check).
Any idea how to do that, if possible?
First you need to get a JQL for the issues that are passed the date. I'm assuming you want anything past today's date:
JQL -> duedate<now() (you will have to get the name of your custom field)
Then create the following automation:
- It's a scheduled rule that runs At 09:00:00am, on every Friday, every month (use this link to convert the cron: https://www.freeformatter.com/cron-expression-generator-quartz.html)
- It will send it to the assignee, but you can modify the content as you please.
thank you for your answer.
In JIRA "Release"="Fix Version"
The problem is that JQL query I do not check "Releases" Release Date
JQL query only get Issue, Epic, bug... but not "Releases".
So this solution do not solve what I need to do.
Any other idea, how to do that?
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