This feature allows administrators to get an overview about existing workflows in your system, including the number of validators, conditions, and post functions used and grouped by apps.
View workflows, transition attributes, workflow attributes, and errors by switching tabs.
The workflow report can be reached via Administration → Issues → Workflow report or directly in the Jira administration.
You can also press on g+g or . (full-stop) for a shortcut.
Displays all apps that contribute to the workflows, grouped by validators, conditions, and post functions.
Clicking on the numbers will filter the table underneath to include only the workflows that fulfill these conditions. Refreshing will reset the filter.
Workflows can be then visualized in detail or compressed.
Workflows can be filtered by searching for names, XML, or the description and by the workflow's status (active, inactive, draft).
Running a workflow analysis can be time-consuming and the results can be overwhelming.
Not anymore! We have added pagination to the result set of a workflow analysis and to optimize performance, only the first 10 results will be displayed.
The Transition Attribute Report tab provides an overview of the used validators, conditions, and post functions.
The Workflow Attribute Report tab works the same as the Transition Attribute Report tab plus, it displays the usage of screens, transitions, statuses, and transition properties.
All workflow errors caused by apps will be shown in this tab.
In the following example, an app adds a post function and has been deactivated, but the post function is used in a workflow and that's why an error is shown.