This post-function allows you to create sub-tasks on transition, based on information provided in the transitioned issue. There's a possibility to create multiple issues at once, based on selected values from Select, Component, and Version multi-select fields.
6.0.1 - Latest
Introduced in version
Post function parameters
This post-function takes the following parameters:
Summary - summary of the new issue. Copy source issue summary option available
Description - description of new issue (optional). Copy source issue description option available
Issue type - select issue type for new sub-task
Link to source issue - allows creating a link to source issue if needed
Priority - set a priority for a new sub-task
Reporter / Assignee - can be set Current user, Source issue reporter, or Source issue assignee. Click Pick user to select any another user from the list
Select issue fields - select which issue fields and issue custom fields will be added to the new issue. Choose the needed field from the list that appears and click Add field
Create multiple issues - allows creating multiple issues (up to 100). Iterating is possible over Issue fields such as Affects version/s, Component/s, Fix version/s, Labels, Sub-Tasks, or Issue Custom Fields. Select Fixed issue quantity to set the desired number of issues to be created
Other - allows ignoring failure on sub-task creation.
Example of use
Note: tags are case insensitive.
Copy its value to any text fields available in an issue.
$$ISSUEKEY$$ or $$KEY$$
Copy source issue key to any text fields available in an issue.
Paste value of the current iteration of Iterate over the field.
Example: If you choose Component as a source of multiple sub-tasks, the post-function will create as many sub-tasks as there are Components in the parent issue, and if you use the $$VALUE$$ tag, each of the created sub-tasks will have the name of the component put in place of this tag.
Paste index of the current iteration of Iterate over the field.
Example: If selected to create a certain number of sub-tasks, the $$INDEX$$ tag will display the index of the current iteration in place of the tag.
Paste size of Iterate over the field.
Example: If selected to create a certain number of sub-tasks, the $$SIZE$$ tag will display the total number of iterations in place of the tag.