How can I create an output file from JIRA trough a button?

I want to have a button in an issue. If I press this button, I want to generate an outputfile.


Is this possible?



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There is only so much customization you can do with JIRA Cloud and without knowing what that button is? (Is it like a custom field) and what exactly that output file is (is that another custom field?) I cannot suggest what you can do. Care to elaborate?

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In what file format should this "outputfile" be?

The best thing is, if the output file is a java code or so. Is it possible to trigger out the outputfile by an trigger?

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I'm not sure what you are asking for. Exporting a JIRA issue into JAVA code does not make much sense to me. Can you please explain the broader picture of what you are trying to do?

I want to create a button in a Testcase. If I press this button, it gives an output. With this output I want to start a Robot. Is that possible?

What is an "output" here? Data? JIRA issue metadata? Arbitrary code?

The output can be everything. I must only start with this output, through a Java application a Robot.

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