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As explained in the following documentation page: https://docs.idalko.com/exalate/x/so0rAQ
Whenever a user changes something in an issue, Jira will notify Exalate about the change by generating an update event. If the issue is under an update it gets synchronized.However, changing the project key does not trigger such an event. To synchronize a key change, the issue under sync needs to be touched by modifying something or by adding a comment in order to synchronize that information change.
Thank you for the response. Do we have to update each issue in the project where they key is changes manually or is there a way to do it for all issues in the project in a mass update?
You can use a trigger to select all issues in that project and do a bulk exalate, if you don't want to change the actual information of the issues, you can add something in the incoming processor that looks like this:
issue.customKeys."foo" = "bar"
and then do the bulk exalate, this will update those issues with the value "bar" into the "foo" custom Key, which will accomplish the update of the issue without really changing any data from the issues.
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