This sample scenario shows you how simple it is to add a JSU automation rule to a workflow.
Let’s see how we use JSU to automate the task of closing multiple sub-tasks under a parent issue.
Here, we select the “Done (21)” in our Task Management Workflow.
First, we select the Post Functions tab then click Add post function.
We want to configure a linked transition so we select the Linked transition (JSU) post function and then click Add at the bottom of the page.
Configure the parameters:
On the Trigger transition on all issues related as parameter, choose Parent/Sub-task.
Select All sub-tasks (issue in Transition must be parent).
In the Transition drop-down menu, select Done (21) to ensure all sub-tasks would move to Done.
Select your desired resolution status from the Resolution drop-down menu.
Click Add at the bottom of the page.
We have published our workflow, so now we need to set up an issue and create a few sub-tasks in our test project.
Next, we move the parent issue to Done and watch as JSU automatically moves all sub-task statuses to Done!
Next, prepare your own test project and try it out for yourself. You can find more examples of JSU in action in our use cases.