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post function status condition

i am trying to add assignee when condition is status "trtrtrtr". the test passes well but assignee not working.... what i am doing wrong?

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Hi @valkyre57 ,

Note that all the clauses must be inside a single {{ }} block : 

 

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And, of course, the user executing the post-function must have assign issues permission.

Thanks,

Suprija

i tried single block too. user has permissions.

Hi @valkyre57 ,

Did you test without the Conditional Executional script? - i.e., is the Assignee being set correctly without the conditional execution script?

As you are checking for the status of the issue - note that the issue's status will be either the Status before the transition or the Status after the transition - as post-functions in cloud run asynchronously

If you want to check the destination status : use transition.to_status

{{ issue.fields.issuetype.name == "Bug" and transition.to_status == "rtrtrtrtr" }}

Else, if you want to check the source status : use transition.from_status

{{ issue.fields.issuetype.name == "Bug" and transition.from_status == "rtrtrtrtr" }}

 

Thanks,

Suprija 

transition.to_status WORKED 

thanks a loooot !

Hi @valkyre57 ,

I'm glad it worked! Please feel free to accept my answer if it helped you.

 

Regards,

Suprija

Hey @valkyre57 ,

have you checked that the user is available as an assignee (assignable user project permission) and if the executing user of the post function is also able to assign the issue? You should also be able to troubleshoot this with the help of the status and log page of the app. :)

Best, Max

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John Funk Community Leader May 18, 2021

Hi @valkyre57  - Why don't you just use an Automation for Jira rule to set the assignee based on those conditions? 

it is limited :( and that why i am trying to create post function.

John Funk Community Leader May 18, 2021

It will do what you are tying to do in this case  :-)

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