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Jira Automation - Process Throttled Items

Recently we had a rule that hit the max processing time per day limit. I have increased this limit to allow the rule to continue processing new tickets, but the previously throttled items are not processing afterwards. Is there a way to have them process or are all the processes completely lost?

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Hey there Christopher,

Unfortunately not, no.

If you know the issues you want to run the rule against and it can be found using a JQL, you can chang the trigger to a scheduled trigger temporarily and then there's a button on the top right to run the rule manually.  

Cheers,

Mark C

This is exactly what I ended up doing, thanks a bunch!

Is there another way when it does not show any issues associated with ?

Like Ansar Thennaden likes this

i m waiting to hear as well.

Wish the Jira system could queue the requests to be run later instead of halting the processing.

Now i have to do rework.

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