A couple of weeks ago, we organized the last episode of the DEISER's Co-Hosted Webinar series. We usually invite a couple of other Atlassian Marketplace Partners to discuss solutions, potential solutions, and joint solutions.
This time, we had the pleasure to work with representatives from two other great teams: Atlassian and Appfire; during the webinar, we've centered the conversation on large Jira instances automatization options (for Data Center) with Automation for Jira, Atlassian CLI, and Projectrak:
Find an extract from the Q&A and the webinar recording embedded at the end of this post:
Is it possible to add a schedule to run an existing automation on a specific cadence (i.e., every day at 6 am)?
Yes, it is possible by creating a Rule, selecting the "Scheduled" trigger, configuring it, and saving it. That simple! (full answer)
And how do you add that to an existing automation?
Unfortunately, you can't do that because it could result in looped rules. You could add a JQL search to your scheduled rule, so it starts based on an event from Jira, though.
How can we get a report of all project-level automations? As the automations that exist on projects. I can only find a Global list for this end.
So, in the global list, you can see the projects down the right-hand side. Unfortunately, there is no filter yet to get an easier view per project.
We have multiple instances and need to document all automations in existence. The API method is also OK.
More good reading here about this topic.
If you have any further doubts, please don't hesitate to leave your questions here, and I'll be sure to get them answered with the help of this great team.
Huwen Arnone -DEISER-Marketplace Partner