I m interested in the way the Atlassian Service-Wokrflow is working and the plugins you are using. Currently we try to buil automatic notifications and transitions so these are particulary interesting. I know that the Atlassian Workflow is advanced and maybe you can tell me how it works.
I'm guessing that you are referring to our Atlassian Support System so that is the workflow I will discuss with you. We don't actually have any 3rd-party plugins that I'm aware of in our support JIRA, we have developed some custom plugins in order to prioritise tickets but the vast majority of the activity is handled by standard workflow transitions and the use of Jelly scripts and similar to automate transitions, (such as closing inactive tickets etc), but I think you will find this document useful as it details these things and also links to the documentation required to implement them: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/JIRA+as+a+Support+System
All the best,
For future reference: you can also use the Status Updater for JIRA add-on to automate workflow transitions. It works with JQL-based triggers, which can include date comparisions. Upon transitioning workflow a comment can be added to the issue with information about why it was updated. You can use this to implement the support workflow "Waiting for Customer" -> "Pending Closure" -> "Closed" transitions.
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