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Is it possible to update an issue created by a webhook rule?


We are trying to automate jira issue creation of alerts created by GCP Stackdriver.


We already done that. There's an option in stackdriver where if the incident resolved , it will will trigger the same webhook. Now we are trying to update tickets created by that rule

if {{webhookData.incident.state}} contains closed

instead of creating a new issue it will just comment to an issue with {{webhookData.incident.display_name}} and not resolved.


Hours of testing, we somehow can't figure what is the correct conditions.

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Hi @Bembol Roco ,

what if you create a new webhook (unique url), only for created event, then your GCP  will triggered by design?


Do you mean to create a separate rule for handling closed stackdriver incidents to update created issues?

In related issues condition, does it accept {{webhookData}} or JQL only?

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