Hello, my requirement is that I want to create sub tasks automatically and assign automatically to the selected users in multi user selection. So how can I achieve this. Actually my requirement is I want to divide the expenditure amount among users. So I took the "Paid Amount" text field and "Shared Among" multi user selection field. So suppose 600 is entered in "Paid Amount" so creating on parent issue for expenditure of 600 and 3 sub tasks for collecting 200 from 3 respective users.
So, how can I achieve this. Thank you in advance
There are a few add-ons that will provide you with a "create sub-task on issue create" function, but it sounds to me like you probably need one of the more flexible ones as you have some logic to do - not just a fixed "create X subtask(s)". I'd use the script-runner to do this.
There's now a very easy to automatically create sub-tasks with Automation for JIRA!
You can easily create sub-tasks with our 'create sub-tasks' action:
For a full list of available conditions and actions see: http://codebarrel.io/available-rule-components/
We also have a number of conditions you could use to check the value of the paid amount field.
have you tried to use Issue Templates? There is option to create subtask on create and on selected trasition:
I hope I've helped you.
In the Create Subtask post function the option "Entry parent" is by default %parent_key%, I have two post functions to create a couple subtasks using the Create multiple issues" option but in two different parents.
My question is, can I use a different variable in the "Entry parent" field to indicate the parent where the subtasks will be created in each postfunction?
Please let me know if this make sense for you, your help will be very appreciated.
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