I have installed the Automation Plugin yesterday and I am trying to specifically flag an issue that is Resolved but not Closed and hasn't been updated for more than a week and add a comment on it so that the reporter progresses with it.
The comments are added succsfully, however I have tried the following flagging methods and non works:
Is there anyone that can shed some light as to how I can succesfully set something to flag an issue using the Automation plugin?
If I didn't see a blog post on it, I wouldn't have even tried it as it's not yet fullt finished, but I would expect the basics to work.
This is important as I have already written a groovy script that is almost ready to do what I want, but the plugin sounds to me a bit more maintainable if it ends up being supported by Atlassian.
The way I resolved that at the end was by creating a drop down field and set the value in the following way: customfield_10900 = 10901
Annoyingly however when this run it has changed the original estimate of all matched issues to '0 minutes' according to the activity stream of the relevant project.
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