Select the field to be updated with the result of the formula.
The expression must return a number or date/time value.
Choose one or both of the following options:
Check the write protection option if you want to prevent a field to be updated, if it already has a value. If checked, only empty fields will be set.
|Update issue immediately|
Choose to update issues immediately if you want Jira to fire a separate "Issue updated" event for any field change. This will also result in a dedicated issue history entry.
The result of the logical expression must return a boolean value of either:
true→ the post function will be executed
false→ the post function will not be executed
Using the conditional operator, even complex or multi-layered conditions can be constructed.
Make sure to learn more about defining logical expressions and browse through the various examples here: Logical mode
Make sure that the user running the post function has all the relevant permissions to perform the actions defined in the configuration (e.g. "Update Issues")!
If you want to keep track the actions being performed automatically, we suggest to create a dedicated JWT account, granted all relevant permissions, and use it in the Run as parameter to identify which changes have been made with JWT.
Use cases and examples
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