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Conditions on workflows

Hi Team,

I need some help please.

To give you some context, I have some stories and tasks in my sprint and I also have another issue type (for e.g. Release). I have a sub task in my release issue type.

In the workflow (for the sub task), I need to be able to put a condition where if all stories and tasks are done in the current sprint then I can transition the sub task to a specific status. 

On the contrary if there are stories and tasks still open in the current sprint, then I transition the sub task in another status. 

I assume this must be done via scrip runner? If yes, can you please guide me on the jira expression needed to achieve this?

Thanking you.

Regards,

Narsha

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Ravi Sagar _Sparxsys_
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May 08, 2023

Hi @Narsha Bac 

You can do transitions using automation rules. You don't need ScriptRunner for that.

My first question is why do you want to do this automation? Do you have PM/SCRUM Masters managing this sprints and ensuring that the statuses are up to date?

Ravi

Hello Ravi,

Thanks for your response.

From what I understand, automations will do the transitions automatically which I don't want. As I mentioned earlier, I want transition A to appear when all issues are done. And transition B to appear when some issues are still open.

The aim of doing this is to capture some info in the sub tasks when there are tasks and stories still open in the sprint and which will be carry forward to the next. These info will help the PM understand problems or delays happening in different teams.

Thanks,

Narsha

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