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I would like to have automation when a pull request is created, the status is changed to "In Review". However, that should not happen if it's only draft pull request. It can be identified with a pull request title containing "Draft". I also exclude tickets of type "Incident" which have a different workflow.
No add-on tool possible.
The following automation rule returns "some errors" but only details "no actions were performed". Can someone please help me?
Would you please post an image of the audit log details showing the rule execution, including one with the error? That may provide some context to understand this symptom.
And as the rule appears longer than what you show, could you also post an image of the complete rule, ideally in a single image?
Thanks for that information...and I am fairly confident your conditions may be the problem. If you post images of your condition details I can confirm that.
What you show leads me to believe you have this in a condition:
That is invalid, as the greater-than sign is not valid in that expression.
There are at least 2 ways to test that condition:
Please find below my condition, I used indeed a simple "JQL condition":
I switched to "Advanced compare condition" with your 1st change:
and am waiting for the next PR created. I keep you posted. Many thanks.
My apologies, Nicolas...It appears indexOf() returns a 0-based value. That is, the first position is at 0. When nothing is found, it returns -1.
And so the second value in that condition should be changed to -1 to help when draft is in the first position.
I will update the earlier posts also.