We have a new issue type by name TestCase.
When a user creates a new TestCase issue from a UserStory, is there a way to automatically Link it to a UserStory with out the user manually doing it .
1. You need to think this through - how does a "user create a test case from a user story"? You need Jira to understand when they are doing this, which implies a workflow process or new option to do it as an action (like "edit", "comment" etc). Either way, you can then tag code into that process to do the linking
2. You can't install the plugins/code you might need to do this in OnDemand (and you'll probably have to write it yourself)
3. Have you looked at "subtasks"? Those are automatically linked to their parent.
Thank you Nic for your quick response.
Since we are using OnDemand, I believe we can't create an "Create Test Case" action button like "edit" and "commit". But you have mentioned that cab write this code myself. Is there any sample code available for similar functionality available where I can use it as a reference
You're missing the point in answer 2 - you can't install plugins or code on OnDemand.
Some people create test cases as sub-tasks under an item, I find it quite a clear and logical way to work. Others don't. It's more up to your processes and way of working - I can't give you a clear cut "yes, it's the best way to do it" here.
This can be achieved using the 'Create issue link' post function and would only work as long as the issue is created within the Epic or linked to the related Epic using the ‘Epic Link’ field during creation.
In my case, i wanted any new story issue type to be automatically linked to the Epic using the 'blocks' option from the 'Issue Linking field during creation.
In the 'Create' transition, select the post function (Create issue link)
From the Issue s to be linked parameter, select the 'Field containing issue keys' option and in the dropdown, Keys of linked issues
From the Issue link type to be created, I selected the 'blocks' option. You can select any option depending on the linking that is required.
Click on the Add button.
Don't forget to select the 'Publish Draft' button to save your changes
Hope this helps.
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