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Is there a way to manage "Jira Cloud Automation" configuration as code?

Hi there!

 

In our company, we are a "recent" (I mean almost 3 years now ^^) team who has a "team managed" project.

We are a bit on our own regarding project management best practices and Jira usage (some would say "autonomous" πŸ˜›) and we are mostly engineers (tech people) with little or no experience in that regard.

 

We are trying to automate some of our ways of working and team processes in Jira. The new "Automation" feature is super cool. The WebUI is nice for exploring and testing.

However, I was wondering (engineering bias) if there were some straightforward APIs or tools that would allow us to programmatically manage the AutomationRules configurations. My end goal is to version the configurations and detect drift or changes.

 

Thanks for your answers and contributions πŸ™πŸ»

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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Dec 09, 2022

Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

No, there's nothing that will support "config as code" in Jira Cloud - it has no export/import functions for Automation or even project config built into it.  It doesn't even have a "copy" function for automations!

There are some apps in the marketplace which can take copies of config and store them in various formats which would then allow you to drop configs into a source control system (Configuration Manager and Project Configurator are the two I'm familiar with, but there are others).  But I don't know of any that handle automation rules.

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Dec 09, 2022

Oh, that's a good one.  I'm interested in this as well. 

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