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Set sprint ID using advanced JIRA Automation

I am trying to set sprint id using JIRA automation to assign a card to a specific sprint in the future that isn't the "next sprint".

I have found sprint ID by going to to /rest/api/2/issue/<issueNumber>?expand=names, as well as inspecting element in dev tools. I have also confirmed customfield id for Sprint.

This is the advanced JSON I am using:


{
"fields": {
"customfield_10010":"275"
 }
}

And this is the error I am seeing in Audit log:
Error editing issuesCRM-10274 (Number value expected as the Sprint id.)

Any ideas as to why I am getting this error?

 

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Answer accepted

If anyone gets stuck on this in the future I figured it out...

{
"fields": {
"sprint": 275
}
}

if you need to assign a text value in another field (like a text customfield), you may use

{
"fields": {
"customfield_10001": "xxx"
}
}
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I was unable to get the 'Single-select custom field' working according to this article.

I ended up re-purposing an old sprint we no longer used.

{
"fields": {
"sprint" : 3
}
}

If you need to create a Story and assign it to a Sprint based on user input (say in Jira Service Management) it's as easy in automation as copying from triggering issue. No need to get it's ID vs it's value.

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