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How to find a plugin mapped to workflow transition

My old colleague has written a plugin which is deployed in the jira. We have a few issue types. Story, Acceptance , Regression Run and Regression Test. When i create an issue of type "Story", i create issues of type "Acceptance" as its subtask in which therer is an option to choose the type of acceptance and i choose "Regression Run". When i create a "regression run" issue , this plugin would pull all acceptance issues which have selected "regression run" and create subtasks of te type "regression test" .

How this is achieved?

I see the two classes .

1. TestFactory extends AbstractJiraFunctionProvider

2. TestRunGeneratorFactory extends AbstractWorkflowPluginFactory implements WorkflowPluginFactory

How is that the event is triggered when the user clicks on the create issue button ?

I could not related the JIRA web app with the plugin , the mapping area etc..

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Looks like your colleague had written a workflow post function. Check under the post function tab in the 'Create' transition of the appropriate workflows and you will find the custom functions there.

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