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As in summary, the challenge is
There are different levels to answer this question
This answer will focus on the first level:
All of this needs to work on a visual mode connectionAssume now for a moment that you have setup a visual connection 'a' to 'b' (a and b are the short names which you define when setting up the conenction)
Apart from configuring standard fields, you will have to define a script rule to ensure that the issue relations (Story to Epic, Subtask to parent) are being respected.
As there is currently no graphical rule allowing to configure this behaviour. you will have to revert to the scripted ruleAnd in the script enter the code as detailed here
There is a flaw in the example above, but we leave it as an exercise to the reader to locate the flaw in the logic. Hint - what happens with issues not part of an epic.Next up - if time allows - we will focus on level 2 of the epic sync case
There is some doubt that this configuration works.Therefore a video
Note the examples are examples and not full implementations
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