I know that since 7 years users are asking for the functionality to disable notifications that are sent out when a sprint is closed as the sprint field value changed. (see https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JSWSERVER-9806 and https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JSWSERVER-10797)
Since Atlassian seems unwilling to change anything about this annoying feature, I'd like to find a workaround. Any ideas?
Which event is triggered when the sprint field value is changed? (Where do I find a list of sources that lead to a specific event?).
Is it a Generic Event, Issue Moved or Issue Updated?
Or are there any other possibilities to disable that after every sprint closure hundreds of mails are sent around?
Hi @Gabriel König ,
As it fires the Issue updated event disabling that will also stop other updates regarding that issue. Unfortunately, as the feature is not fully developed and notification scheme is provided by Jira there's no workaround.
Thanks for your answer. So I am considering to disable the update event for some users. Where can I look up, what changes will generate such an update event? It is not clear to me, as for example when the issue is moved, commented this is also an update, but has a separate event.... I would like to know what the consequences are of disabling the update event.
@Gabriel König "Issue Updated" covers all issues which have had their details changed that includes Editing an issue, changing the summary, deleting a comment, attaching files to the issue, linking an issue, etc.
On disabling this all these updates will be stopped.
Do I found somewhere an overview of the detailed event triggers? Or do I need to know from the naming in Systems/Events what is meant?
For example, if the assignee changed, is this an issue update or an the issue assigned event triggered? Another example, what is everything in the "generic event" handled?
Here is a link to the details of all even in the notification. Link: https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver/creating-a-notification-scheme-938847330.html
As far as I have known the issue updated event includes everything, every small change in details of an issue.
Hope this helps.
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