Updating custom fields during Workflow Transition

I am trying to to use the Jira suite utilities to update a custom field based on the value of the issue id. I am unable to do so using 'Update Issue Custom Field' option with the Jira suite utilities using the Post functions of the transition.

From what I see it supports only a restricted set of macros and that too cannot be prefixed or suffized with any other strings


Is there way we can use Post Transition functions to set the custom text filed value as a concatenated value of user defined static string and the issue id.

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Please have a look at https://jsutil.atlassian.net/browse/JSUTIL-202, actually you can't but we are about to implement it for the next release.

When Is this going to be released...

I have a multi Entry Field that I wish to load into a custom Field But Adjust to create a Role

ie .. Fielda has Accounts Payable,General Ledger,Accounts Recievable and they select General Ledger I wish to load the New field with GL_Appr and then have emails sent to that role in the field

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