The configuration what automatically updating of specific field (e.g. Accepted Date Time (Date Time Picker)) when we will push down "crate issue".
Please teach us whatever it takes to make.
in the create transition you add "update issue custom field" and then choose the accepted date time custom field. write the custom field value and then you should be done.
in order to do this you need JIRA suite utilities add-on. it is a free add-on you can use.
the following description of our environment
JIRA 6.2.1 ( Not JIRA Cloud）
Behaviour Plugin （0.5.10／OnResolve Ltd）
iDalko Table Grid plugin j500 （1.13.0-rc2-j500／iDalko - tools for agile teams）
InProduct translation for JIRA （1.0.0-beta7／Atlassian）
JIRA Calendar Plugin
JIRA Charting Plugin
JIRA Misc Custom Fields
JIRA Misc Workflow Extensions
Jira Scripting Suite
JIRA Suite Utilities
JIRA Timesheet Reports and Gadgets Plugin
JIRA Toolkit Plugin
go to your workflow of your project in edit mode:
click on create as you can see above. you can see post functions next to it. click on post functions.
add post function and choose update issue custom field:
then choose your accepted date time custom field and write down your value.
click add. this will make accepted date time custom field filled everytime you create an issue.
however if you want to add different values according to issue, you need to write a custom script and add it to your issue as a script post function as you can see above.
Thank you for your reply. Thank you so much.
> however if you want to add different values according to issue, you need to write a custom script and add it to your issue as a script post function as you can see above.
I would like to know what we script the code for our purpose's achieve* .
* Click of "Next” → Automatically date and time is updated for the field of Accepted Date Time.
Issue > Workflow > Target_Workflow > Edit > Diagram > Crate Issue > Post functions > Add post function > Update Issue Custom Field >
・Issue Custom Field: xxx Date Time
xxx Date Time （Field Type: Date Time Picker）
・Custom Field Value: %%CURRENT_DATETIME%%
Add > Publish Draft
I have retried it's operation (push down "crate issue), but don't updated automatically.
I hope I get your question right. Do you want to automate that a field gets updated, after a certain step in the workflow? If that's right you can find your answer here in the advanced workflow documentation.
Just scroll down to the "Optional Post Functions". This offers a list of fields/things you can update.
I hope this helps. Have a nice day
Click of "Next” → Automatically date and time is updated for the field of Accepted Date Time.
We must acquire the way of configure to make it.
Your indicate "Optional Post Functions" is feel so good.
But It's so unclear what to do, I would like to know about more configure of detail.
Next Comment, please.
Thank you for your cooperation.
We look forward to hearing from you！
We was away of nearly that "Update Issue Field".
> Update Issue Field
> Updates one of the issue's fields to a given value. Fields that can be updated include:
> Original Estimate
> Remaining Estimate
> (info) This post function cannot update custom fields and must be positioned after the other >optional post functions.
But the Issue Type of "Accepted Date Time (Date Time Picker)" is unsuitable from issue fields indicated.
Luckily, So I know additional info form you.
But, plugin system is not appearance (This message has been deleted...)
Which plugin system original was present ?
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