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Insight - Set the value of an object attribute with a predefined value (append not overwrite)


The Postfunction to use in a Transition:

is very usefull. But....

1) The Attribute is always overwritten on a Transition and there is no Option to fill more than 1 value. We use this Postfunction to fill some inventory stuff - and there is a big need to add on every transition the new values.

Example: JIRA-Issue to assign Item1 to CustomerA works great an fills attribute "Inventory" with "Item1" another JIRA-Issue to assign Item2 to CustomerA should add the value so the attribute "Inventory" would be "Item1, Item2".

2) Is the Script behind this integrated post function somewhere public? So i could adopt it and use in a groovy post function.



2 answers

Hi Marco,

I have not found an application level resolution.  Using a Groovy script seems to be the only viable answer.


Like Marco Brundel likes this

I have this same issue.  Have you been able to find a resolution yet?



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