The following is my scenario
There are 2 ways of creating issues in the repository
1. Importing from a CSV file ( 1000 issues for each import )
2. Creat an issue in regular Jira process i.e create issue link
We need to stop notifications to reporter while importing from csv file because the reporter gets notified for every new issue he creates. However he needs to get a notification while he creates an issue using regular Jira process i.e create issue link.
How can we do this ? Anykind of input will be appreciated to fix this scenario.
You can create a project and set its notification scheme to "none" while importing the data from CSV. After the import, set the notification scheme to the previous one.
You can also disable only the "Issue Created" event on the existing notification scheme while importing and enable it after that.
When importing the issues from a csv file the issues are assigned to "Project Lead" instead of Default assignee "Unassigned" . I have checked the components Default assignee is Project Default and Default assignee is Unassigned. Is this a bug in Jira 5.2.4 ? Has anyone encountered similiar kind of issue in Jira 5.2.4 ?
Was thinking of other options that achieve this, and I could only think about this (they are not direct answers):
I am trying to import issues from a CSV file with (1000 issues). I am using runfromCSV to import the issues but i am disabling the notification scheme and making sure the default assignee is Unassigned but i am getting errors. Please help me to solve the following issues .
def runJenkinsStep2 = "cmd /c //myJiraInstance/JenkinsHome/userContent/Atlassian/jiraTest.bat --action runFromCsv --file $sourceFile --propertyFile $propertyLocation --common \"--project $projectKey\" --continue "
def runJenkinsStep3 = "cmd /c //myJiraInstance/JenkinsHome/userContent/Atlassian/jiraTestAdmin.bat --action updateProject --project $projectKey --notificationScheme \"Default Notification Scheme\" --defaultAssignee unassigned "
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