If a issue has been in the status of "completed", then add a new "sub-task" to it. The issue's status should automatically be changed to "inprogress". But now, it still in status of "completed".how to config this?
You can do as suggested by Nic, or you can write a script in the post function of create transition which validates that the current issue is a sub-task of project X and if it's parent is in state "complteted" then to transition the parent to "in-progress"
That is my mistake , I forget to click "Publish Draft".Thank you for your support. And I can compare the status by using "parentIssue.get("status").getName() == "Completed"" , Is there a document I can see the property of the object? just like "issue" or "parentIssue" or "status",because when I want get some property from parentIssue, I don't know what the object parentIssue like , So I need this
another question :
What I need is when create a sub-task for US which is Completed , I need the parent issue changed to "in progress".
now the parent issue can change to the "in progress" , but the parent of the parent issue can't be changed , the change is not Inheritance。
My configuraiton is :
I have two workflow , one for sub-task A , one for story B.
I add the "Transition parent issue" postfunction to A ,the transition is "Create"
I add the "Transition parent issue" postfunction to A ,the transition is "In Process"
the Conditional execution are all "parentIssue.get("status").getName() == "Completed"
There is no "parent of a parent", Jira only has three layers - project, parent and child.
I'm guessing you're using the structure plugin or something like it - you'll need to write more code to go find this additional parent - the plain Jira API simply won't recognise it.
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