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Hi @Razinov V.N. , I see "xxx" in the condition. What is the condition you seek? Are you wanting to ensure the epic link has any value or a specific value? If a specific value what is that value? If you are testing for any value use "!=" and leave value empty.
Hi @Razinov V.N. ,
So it has been awhile since I did something similar to this so I tried to recreate the condition; unsuccessfully as yet. What I recall doing was using "Option ID" in the comparison type rather than string. The challenge I am having now is establishing the OID. If I get it figured out I will let you know. Please do the same.
oh, here is a thought. maybe add a custom field or use a label. Setup an automation rule to add a label "OOO" whenever an issue is updated to include the OOO Epic link. Then check for the label/custom field in your condition.
I tried copying the value from the Epic link in two ways. First I add a postfunction on the transition - when I did this the system showed me some error message with a server related problem, but another transition without this rule was successful. The second way was to use an automation rule and when I tried to add the field that I want to copy the value from, I didn't find that field.
You don't have to copy the value actually. Just add a label when the epic is OOO - JQL "epic link" = abc-123" where abc-123 is the Epic key. Then you can test for the existence of the label. One thing to keep in mind is that you would want to account for the epic link changing which would require you to remove the label. If that is a possible scenario in your workflow.