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Creating change task using javascript

Is it possible to create a change task using javascript by copying change details into the new task?

 

If anyone has such script can you please share?

  • It is possible to do a lot of things using JS (including the one which you need) but can you explain your exact requirement and why OOB functionality of autocreation task does not fit your requirement. You can copy any data from change to task using cm3t.task.request link.

  • It is possible to do a lot of things using JS (including the one which you need) but can you explain your exact requirement and why OOB functionality of autocreation task does not fit your requirement. You can copy any data from change to task using cm3t.task.request link.

  • It is possible to do a lot of things using JS (including the one which you need) but can you explain your exact requirement and why OOB functionality of autocreation task does not fit your requirement. You can copy any data from change to task using cm3t.task.request link.

  • Hello, I also need to create an automatic task in the change module and in my case it is because each time a change phase is passed (implementation) a new task needs to be created and this must occur as many times as possible. go through that phase and it could be at least 2 times.
    With the configuration of "Scheduled tasks" only 1 task is generated and in my case it must be the same task at least 2 times.
    
    Thanks for the help.
  • I also need to create an automatic Changes task when going through a change phase but the idea is that a new task is generated at least 2 times or more times depending on how many times the phase is passed.
    Thanks for the help.

  • Hi  This is an old thread and it may be better to start a new thread and ask the question that  asked and see what happens.



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  • Hello Chris Seamons, if I could already make a new thread, I had not done it because my old account was blocked for asking the same question in those 3 threads above, but now there is a new thread, I hope you can help me.
    
    Thanks for your answer.