How to create multi issues using by script??

Hello

I have somethig to ask and getting your help..

I want to make a function to create multi issues using by script

The process is below:
1.Click the button 'Create Subtask' from parent issue
2.Select values 'Test1' and 'Test2' on the multi select field 'Multi' on the 'Create subtask screen'
3.Click the 'Create' button then, create, two subtask for 'Test1' and 'Test2'

 

There is picutres to understand easily below:

 

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I need to design on post-function in workflow...

However in my source, it didn't work..

So I need to help..

1 answer

Hi Hyenoh,

You may find the built in Create Sub Task post functioned described at https://scriptrunner.adaptavist.com/latest/jira/builtin-scripts.html#_create_a_sub_task is a useful solution for your requirement above.

Here you could place multiple instances of the Create Sub Task post function on the create transition of the Sub Task workflow in order to create the number of subtasks you require when a value is selected in the Multi Select field.

An example of the condition you may want to look at modifying and using is

issue.issueTypeObject.name == 'Sub-task' && 'A' in cfValues['DemoMultiSelectField']*.value

I hope this helps.

Kristian

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