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Have you tried updating your JQL, to add the status condition, and remove the condition from the rule? For example:
project = yourProjectName AND "Start date[Date]" <= startOfDay(7d) AND status = "Archive"
Then the rule will only run when there are issues to process.
When you note "that did not work either", what did you observe happening?
And please post your current, complete rule so we can compare your changes to what I suggested.
Followed your earlier suggestions on the query and removed the condition in the rule :
JQL Query - project = "Test" AND "Start date[Date]" <= startOfDay(7d) AND status = Archive
Ran the rule but the issue with a start date of 10/30 did not transition over to TO DO. There are no errors in the log.
Please post an image of the audit log details showing where you ran the rule.
And, if you run that JQL stand-alone, in View All Issues search, does it return anything?
I do not see the rule run shown.
Did you select "Run rule" from the editor to force it to run now, rather than waiting for the schedule?
Then why does it not appear in the audit log for this rule?
I wish Atlassian would disable that button when rules are disabled :^)