How to clone workflow using Jira Command Line Interface (CLI)?

How to clone workflow using Jira Command Line Interface (CLI)? I'm trying the command:

 

./jira.sh --action renderRequest --file "" --request /secure/admin/workflows/CloneWorkflow\!default.jspa\?lin\&workflowMode=live\&workflowName=jira --requestParameters "newWorkflowName=Test" -v

 

And result is:

 

Request type: GET

Content type: text/html

Response code: 200, message: OK

Rendered data for url: discarded

 

Thanks!

2 answers

Change the --file parameter to get the output of the http request and look at the html in a browser. I would guess it shows an error.

Hi Bob! Thanks for the quick response. The page is displayed correctly. What happens is that I can not fill in the fields and click in the "Copy" button.

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You are doing a http request and must provide all the parameters the screen would normally do. That usually means using a tool like https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/live-http-headers/ to see what the browser is doing and try to replicate that.

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