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vishal Rising Star Sep 07, 2022

Hi Guys,

I have a special situation where I am creating sub-tasks at each step of the worflow for a custom issue type. The creation of the sub-tasks using automation for jira is not a big deal. However, I need to transition the parent issue to next step of workflow for this I need compare how many sub-tasks are closed & based on that move the parent tickets.

Is there a way to use a jql to find out how many subtasks are done & base on that transition the parent issue ?

Thank you.

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Mark Segall Community Leader Sep 07, 2022

Hi @vishal 

Can you please share your rule so we can have added context?  I see you're on Jira server which will make this a little complex, but may still be doable with a broader picture of what you're trying to accomplish.

vishal Rising Star Sep 07, 2022

Hi @Mark Segall

So, here is the rule that I am currently using, this works perfectly but the problem with this is it jumps multiple status at once, so the best solution that I can think of is if I manage to count how many sub-tasks are completed & based on that transition the parent ticket. Provided if we can could the subtatsks completed.

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Mark Segall Community Leader Sep 07, 2022

I think I understand.  You should be able to be more explicit on your issue trigger so that the rule only fires when the sub-task transitions to a specific status.  That way it won't care if it transitions a bunch prior to the transition you're looking for.

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