Create new issue based on custom field value selected during issue creation?


I have a custom field with multiple choices and I would like to automate the creation of 1 or more sub-tasks based on the selections the user will make while creating his new issue. Ex: Custom Field says select environments to test (1-DEV, 2-TEST, 3-STAGE, 4-PROD). User select 1 and 2 and creates his new issue. I would like to automatically spawn 2 new sub tasks attached to this new issue having titles SubTask1 - Test environment DEV, and SubTask2 - Test environment TEST

Is this possible using standard Jira functionality? If not, is it possible in any other way, example using the Dev tools? Also, does anyone know of a third party solution that does this?



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No, not part of standard JIRA. You need a workflow post function like provided by Create on Transition Plugin for JIRA. Here are some other related references

  1. How to create subtasks on initial issue create
  2. How to create multiple issues
  3. How to create multiple issues - advanced example

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