A replica is a copy of an issue which needs to by synchronized.  

To allow to share issue information over multiple issue trackers, we transform an issue as stored by the tracker into a 'replica' which can be handled by the processor.

This page details out how each field is mapped and how this information can be accessed in the processors.

What fields can be accessed in a replica ?

Basic types

Basic types are atomic types without sub fields.

TypeComment
StringThe java.lang.String data type is an array of characters with maximum length of 231-1.
LongThe long data type is a 64-bit two's complement integer. The signed long has a minimum value of -263 and a maximum value of 263-1.
DateRepresents a specific instant in time, with millisecond precision. Should be UTC based, but might differ from server to server.
BooleanTrue or false.


All the fields

This data filter processor will copy all the supported issue fields to a replica.

replica.key               = issue.key
replica.summary           = issue.summary
replica.description       = issue.description
replica.environment	      = issue.environment
replica.assignee          = issue.assignee 
replica.reporter          = issue.reporter
replica.status            = issue.status
replica.resolution        = issue.resolution
replica.type		      = issue.type
replica.priority          = issue.priority
replica.affectedVersions  = issue.affectedVersions
replica.fixVersions       = issue.fixVersions
replica.due               = issue.due
replica.originalEstimate  = issue.originalEstimate
replica.remainingEstimate = issue.remainingEstimate
replica.timeSpent         = issue.timeSpent
replica.project           = issue.project
replica.workLogs          = issue.workLogs
replica.labels            = issue.labels
replica.comments          = issue.comments
replica.votes             = issue.votes
replica.watches           = issue.watches
replica.watchers          = issue.watchers
replica.customFields      = issue.customFields
replica.attachments		  = issue.attachments

Field names are case sensitive.

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