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How to email Tempo Timesheet on approval

Paddy Byrne May 12, 2016


I need to email a users time-sheet to predefined person once it is approved. The format of the time-sheet data could be csv/excel/pdf/screenshot maybe, not worried about that at this stage. The email recipient would be a "Tempo Team Lead", maybe a completely external user/email address, or (and preferably) a "Tempo Account Contact". 

I can't find an easy way to do this from any builtin feature or existing plugins. I found some information which I know would help me do develop an external tool, probably excel based, to query Tempo via Rest API, maybe on a scheduled basis etc. (Link 1 and link 2). I can do this, but consider it clunky, I need another pc/server, an Excel licence, Scheduled tasks etc. It seems like a lot of overhead...

I want to do it directly from within JIRA, so I am thinking of using Script-runner to do it. I got stuck on the first hurdle of not being able to find an event I could listen for when a time-sheet is approved...

  • Is there a "Tempo Time-sheet Approved" event I can listen for, how to do this?
  • Have I completely missed a simple way to do what I need?
  • Any pointers or example groovy script I can use in Script-runner?

I am a novice script/coder, but happy to experiment if I knew where to start....


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Hi - Possibly you have already come across these two links, they are not exactly what you are looking for but these links may give you some hints:

  1. [please look at the last answer]


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Paddy Byrne May 13, 2016

Hi - yes, I found those also before I posted. The one you linked at Bullet 1 above does indeed mention "Tempo Time sheets does actually fire an event when a time sheet is submitted, rejected and approved. So I believe this should be possible. However, we haven't published this as part of a public API"

No further clues were given as to how to listen for these events, what they are called, and I could not find them in any drown downs or menus on my instance... I cant find any more info online either, which prompted me to ask here...

Maybe someone from the Tempo team could give me some clues?

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JamieA May 15, 2016

I was able to get something working but it was horribly hacky. I have created which is about listening to events provided by plugins.

Paddy Byrne May 16, 2016

Thanks, I'll follow that issue and see how it develops...

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