Hello to all,
some other tools (specific workflow tools) provide functions for implement or customize workflows behind specific functions.
For example: Handling exceptions with OEM in context of a change request workflow.
Can someone tell me if it´s possible to create some background workflows for existing workflows?
Thanks and best regards.
I think it sounds like they want to have actions have workflows, but that's not really sensible inside Jira's framework. I suspect they need to do exactly what you say - map the whole process into a workflow and control it with conditions. (Although it might be that sub-tasks would be useful to break up some of this - e.g. would "exceptions" and "change requests" be useful as sub-tasks with their own workflows?)
Two options: 1. Raise subtasks with their own workflow for handling it 2. You have a process that includes what you are calling a "separate workflow". It is not separate, that's not really sensible. It's just part of the whole process that you are choosing to think of as separate. Stop thinking of it as separate, because it isn't, it's just part of your workflow, which, as Joe says, you can control entry into with Conditions (if X, then disallow main part of workflow, and allow entry into the subroutine)
You can setup conditions to check for the value of a field and allow/disallow transitions. This would allow taking different paths based on the value of that field.I had a workflow once that took a series of steps if a value was Yes and skipped them if it was No then proceeded with the same steps until finished.
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