Most rules get triggered automatically, however sometimes it may be useful for a user to trigger a rule for a specific issue manually. That's what the Manual trigger is for. It can be configured so that only members of certain groups will see it. Once configured it will show up on the view issue page:
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If a user hits "Run" the rule will be executed with the issue being viewed as the input (DEMO-3 in this case).
For a list of all other triggers see our list of rule components.
Ah yes, sorry I should have mentioned that. This is a difference between our Cloud and Server offerings (mainly because the available plugin points differ).
You get the 'Automations' issue panel on the right to execute Manual triggers
Manual triggers show up in the 'More' menu where all the other issue operations are listed (link, attach, assign etc).
Just out of curiousity - why do you want to see manual triggers in an 'Automations' panel in server instead of as part of the issue operations (where users are used to look for issue operations already)?
The only reason we added the panel in cloud is, because the add-on APIs there didn't allow as to add to the issue operations dropdown.
Just trying to understand your use-case a bit better as to why you'd like to see the panel in Server as well.
Thanks for the fast reply! I think it provides more visibility into what automations are available in a given project than the 'More' option. This is definitely not a high-priority request, but something that would be nice to see sometime in the future.
Thanks for your consideration and quick responses, as always!
No not currently. I've raised https://codebarrel.atlassian.net/browse/AUT-645 to track this.
Right now you can only prevent a rule from running with a condition if it's in the wrong status, however the button would still show up in the UI.
we would like to create a rule, that is like a template for a new job (a issue in a specific project, with specific issues and subtask).
When the rule was created, it is not entirely obvious to the user where the new issue can be created, beacause he must click on an existing issue to create an new issue based on a template.
Can you understand my problem?
Do you see a possibility to visualize the "manual trigger buttons" in the issue panel?
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