We are trying to implement TCM in JIRA without the need to clone issues at every test run and to keep QA in a single project instead of embedding QA to every project. We got it mostly working using the reommmended TCM customization from https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRAKB/Customise+JIRA+For+Test+Case+Management

Test plans are impmented as tasks and related test cases are impemented as subtasks in the QA project. When we find an issue in a test case, we clone the test case (subtask), promote it to a bug, and then move it to the relative project maintaining the clone link in both the test case and the bug.

My question is, is there a way to group JIRA actions together (like a macro) so I can clone, promote and move a test case as a single action?

Or is there a "Super Clone Action" which behaves like the bulk edit where you get a choice to edit multiple fields before the clone is saved? This way I can do it all in one step.

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Clone Plus Plugin for JIRA does the super clone action for download version of JIRA, but, not for OnDemand.

We are using OnDemand. Is there a solution for OnDemand? Something like the JIRA Clone and Move Plugin?

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