Is there any script that I can run to automatically close a sub-task once the story is closed?

We are currently using the sub-task issue type for our Test Cases relating to specific stories. Is there any builtin script or other script that I can run that would automatically close a sub-task once the story is closed?

I have found how to close a story if all sub-tasks have been completed but need the opposite funtionality if possible.

Currently using JIRA version 5.10

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Provided you have the appropriate transitions available, you can use the CLI Plugin for JIRA to add a post function to the close transition to run something similar to the following:

--action runFromIssueList --search "parent = %issue_key% and status not in (Closed)" --common "-a progressIssue --issue @issue@ --step \"Close issue\" --resolution Fixed "

I don't have the CLI Plugin. Is there another alternative?

Thank you,

You can try Jamie Echlin's Script Runner plugin which has some built in postfunctions to autoclose subtasks.

https://studio.plugins.atlassian.com/wiki/display/GRV/Post+Functions

I'll give it a try.

Thanks so much.

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