Jelly scripts and the remote API are built-in, but I think the easiest place to start is the Command Line Interface from Bob Swift, it's a great tool. You'd use the createIssue command. Check the 'examples' page:
jira --action createIssue --project "zjiracli" --type "task" --summary "This is content."
What do you mean by 'recurring issues'? Do you mean like a to-do type reminder that gets created once a week, or something like that?
If so, you can run either a Jelly script, or use the JIRA CLI or the remote API with a cron job.
Yes, as you described: to-do type reminder. Jelly script, CLI and remote API are all new to me so I guess I still have a steep learning curve. I am new and the pm on this project is intense so I hope I can figure it out soon. :)
You can also use Repeating Issues for JIRA https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.codedoers.jira.repeating-issues
This add-on can execute different actions repeatedly for given issue e.g. clone issue, create sub-task in issue, reopen issue
@CodeDoers: So far, I have had trouble understanding the "Issue workflow". The user documentation do not shows any good examples for this.
A useful scenario for this action is to reopen a single issue at the end of its lifecycle again and again . Copies of this issue will not created and are not necessary.
Not aim of this action is that it triggers a transition in the middle of workflow.
Did I understand that feature correctly?
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