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Automatisieren von Projects (beta) mithilfe von Aktionen

Du kannst deine Projekte mit GitHub Actions automatisieren.

GitHub Actions-Workflows

In diesem Artikel wird veranschaulicht, wie du die GraphQL-API und GitHub Actions verwenden kannst, um einen Pull Request zu einem Organisationsprojekt hinzuzufügen. Wenn der Pull Request in den Beispielworkflows als „Bereit zur Überprüfung“ gekennzeichnet ist, wird dem Projekt ein neuer Auftrag hinzugefügt. Bei diesem Auftrag wird das Feld „Status“ auf „Aufgaben“ festgelegt, und das aktuelle Datum wird einem benutzerdefinierten „Bereitstellungsdatum“-Feld hinzugefügt.

Du kannst einen der nachstehenden Workflows kopieren und wie in der folgenden Tabelle beschrieben so ändern, dass er deinen Anforderungen entspricht.

Ein Projekt kann mehrere Repositorys umfassen, ein Workflow ist jedoch für ein Repository spezifisch. Füge den Workflow allen Repositorys hinzu, die das Projekt nachverfolgen soll. Weitere Informationen zum Erstellen von Workflowdateien findest du unter Schnellstart für GitHub Actions.

In diesem Artikel wird ein grundlegendes Verständnis von GitHub Actions vorausgesetzt. Weitere Informationen zu GitHub Actions findest du unter GitHub Actions-Dokumentation.

Weitere Informationen zu sonstigen Änderungen, die du an deinem Projekt über die API vornehmen kannst, findest du unter Verwalten von Projects (beta) mit der API.

Möglicherweise möchtest du auch den actions/add-to-project-Workflow verwenden, der von GitHub verwaltet wird und das aktuelle Issue bzw. den aktuellen Pull Request dem angegebenen Projekt hinzufügt. Weitere Informationen findest du im actions/add-to-project-Repository und der zugehörigen README.

Hinweis: GITHUB_TOKEN wird auf die Repositoryebene festgelegt und kann nicht auf projects zugreifen. Wenn du auf projects zugreifen möchtest, kannst du entweder eine GitHub App (für Organisationsprojekte empfohlen) oder ein personal access token (für Benutzerprojekte empfohlen) erstellen. Unten werden Workflowbeispiele für beide Ansätze gezeigt.

Beispielworkflow für die Authentifizierung mit einer GitHub App

Weitere Informationen zur Authentifizierung in einem GitHub Actions-Workflow mit einer GitHub App findest du unter Authentifizierte API-Anforderungen mit einer GitHub-App in einem GitHub Actions-Workflow.

  1. Erstelle eine GitHub App, oder wähle eine vorhandene GitHub App im Besitz deiner Organisation aus. Weitere Informationen findest du unter Registrieren einer GitHub-App.

  2. Weise deiner GitHub App Lese- und Schreibberechtigungen für Organisationsprojekte zu. Für dieses spezifische Beispiel benötigt deine GitHub App auch Leseberechtigungen für Repository-Pull Requests und Repositoryissues. Weitere Informationen findest du unter Ändern einer GitHub-App-Registrierung.

    Hinweis: Du kannst die Berechtigung deiner App für Organisationsprojekte und Repositoryprojekte steuern. Du musst die Berechtigung zum Lesen und Schreiben von Organisationsprojekten erteilen. Die Lese- und Schreibberechtigung für Repositoryprojekte ist nicht ausreichend.

  3. Installiere die GitHub App in deiner Organisation. Installiere sie für alle Repositorys, auf die dein Projekt zugreifen muss. Weitere Informationen findest du unter Installieren einer eigenen GitHub-App.

  4. Die ID der GitHub App muss als Konfigurationsvariable im Repository oder der Organisation gespeichert werden. Ersetzen Sie APP_ID im folgenden Workflow durch den Namen der Konfigurationsvariablen. Du kannst die App-ID auf der Einstellungsseite deiner App oder durch die App-API finden. Weitere Informationen findest du unter REST-API-Endpunkte für Apps. Weitere Informationen zu Konfigurationsoptionen finden Sie unter „Variablen“.

  5. Generiere einen privaten Schlüssel für deine App. Speichere den Inhalt der resultierenden Datei als Geheimnis in deinem Repository oder deiner Organisation. (Speichere den gesamten Inhalt der Datei, einschließlich -----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY----- und -----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----.) Ersetze APP_PEM im folgenden Workflow durch den Namen des Geheimnisses. Weitere Informationen findest du unter Verwalten privater Schlüssel für GitHub-Apps. Weitere Informationen zum Speichern von Geheimnissen findest du unter Verwenden von Geheimnissen in GitHub-Aktionen.

  6. Ersetze YOUR_ORGANIZATION im folgenden Workflow durch den Namen deiner Organisation. Beispiel: octo-org. Ersetze YOUR_PROJECT_NUMBER durch deine Projektnummer. Sieh dir die URL des Projekts an, um die Projektnummer zu finden. https://github.com/orgs/octo-org/projects/5 hat beispielsweise die Projektnummer 1. Damit dieses spezifische Beispiel funktioniert, muss dein Projekt auch über ein Datumsfeld „Bereitstellungsdatum“ verfügen.

    Hinweise:

    • Dieser Workflow verwendet Aktionen, die nicht von GitHub zertifiziert wurden. Sie werden von einem Drittanbieter bereitgestellt und unterliegen separaten Nutzungsbedingungen, Datenschutzrichtlinien und Supportdokumentationen.
    • Wenn du einen SHA auswählen, solltest du überprüfen, ob er aus dem Repository der Aktion und nicht aus einem Repositoryfork stammt.
YAML
name: Add PR to project
on:
  pull_request:
    types:
      - ready_for_review
jobs:
  track_pr:
    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
    steps:

This workflow runs whenever a pull request in the repository is marked as "ready for review".

      - name: Generate token
        id: generate-token
        uses: tibdex/github-app-token@32691ba7c9e7063bd457bd8f2a5703138591fa58 # v1.9.0
        with:
          app_id: ${{ vars.APP_ID }}
          private_key: ${{ secrets.APP_PEM }}

Uses the tibdex/github-app-token action to generate an installation access token for your app from the app ID and private key. The installation access token is accessed later in the workflow as ${{ steps.generate-token.outputs.token }}.

Replace APP_ID with the name of the configuration variable that contains your app ID.

Replace APP_PEM with the name of the secret that contains your app private key.

      - name: Get project data
        env:
          GH_TOKEN: ${{ steps.generate-token.outputs.token }}
          ORGANIZATION: YOUR_ORGANIZATION
          PROJECT_NUMBER: YOUR_PROJECT_NUMBER

Sets environment variables for this step.

Replace YOUR_ORGANIZATION with the name of your organization. For example, octo-org.

Replace YOUR_PROJECT_NUMBER with your project number. To find the project number, look at the project URL. For example, https://github.com/orgs/octo-org/projects/5 has a project number of 5.

        run: |
          gh api graphql -f query='
            query($org: String!, $number: Int!) {
              organization(login: $org){
                projectV2(number: $number) {
                  id
                  fields(first:20) {
                    nodes {
                      ... on ProjectV2Field {
                        id
                        name
                      }
                      ... on ProjectV2SingleSelectField {
                        id
                        name
                        options {
                          id
                          name
                        }
                      }
                    }
                  }
                }
              }
            }' -f org=$ORGANIZATION -F number=$PROJECT_NUMBER > project_data.json

Uses GitHub CLI to query the API for the ID of the project and return the name and ID of the first 20 fields in the project. fields returns a union and the query uses inline fragments (... on) to return information about any ProjectV2Field and ProjectV2SingleSelectField fields. The response is stored in a file called project_data.json.

          echo 'PROJECT_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV
          echo 'DATE_FIELD_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Date posted") | .id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV
          echo 'STATUS_FIELD_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Status") | .id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV
          echo 'TODO_OPTION_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Status") | .options[] | select(.name=="Todo") |.id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV

Parses the response from the API query and stores the relevant IDs as environment variables. Modify this to get the ID for different fields or options. For example:

  • To get the ID of a field called Team, add echo 'TEAM_FIELD_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Team") | .id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV.
  • To get the ID of an option called Octoteam for the Team single select field, add echo 'OCTOTEAM_OPTION_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Team") |.options[] | select(.name=="Octoteam") |.id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV.

Note: This workflow assumes that you have a project with a single select field called "Status" that includes an option called "Todo" and a date field called "Date posted". You must modify this section to match the fields that are present in your table.

      - name: Add PR to project
        env:
          GH_TOKEN: ${{ steps.generate-token.outputs.token }}
          PR_ID: ${{ github.event.pull_request.node_id }}

Sets environment variables for this step. GH_TOKEN is the token generated in the first step. PR_ID is the ID of the pull request that triggered this workflow.

        run: |
          item_id="$( gh api graphql -f query='
            mutation($project:ID!, $pr:ID!) {
              addProjectV2ItemById(input: {projectId: $project, contentId: $pr}) {
                item {
                  id
                }
              }
            }' -f project=$PROJECT_ID -f pr=$PR_ID --jq '.data.addProjectV2ItemById.item.id')"

Uses GitHub CLI and the API to add the pull request that triggered this workflow to the project. The jq flag parses the response to get the ID of the created item.

            echo 'ITEM_ID='$item_id >> $GITHUB_ENV

Stores the ID of the created item as an environment variable.

      - name: Get date
        run: echo "DATE=$(date +"%Y-%m-%d")" >> $GITHUB_ENV

Saves the current date as an environment variable in yyyy-mm-dd format.

      - name: Set fields
        env:
          GH_TOKEN: ${{ steps.generate-token.outputs.token }}

Sets environment variables for this step. GH_TOKEN is the token generated in the first step.

        run: |
          gh api graphql -f query='
            mutation (
              $project: ID!
              $item: ID!
              $status_field: ID!
              $status_value: String!
              $date_field: ID!
              $date_value: Date!
            ) {
              set_status: updateProjectV2ItemFieldValue(input: {
                projectId: $project
                itemId: $item
                fieldId: $status_field
                value: {
                  singleSelectOptionId: $status_value
                  }
              }) {
                projectV2Item {
                  id
                  }
              }
              set_date_posted: updateProjectV2ItemFieldValue(input: {
                projectId: $project
                itemId: $item
                fieldId: $date_field
                value: {
                  date: $date_value
                }
              }) {
                projectV2Item {
                  id
                }
              }
            }' -f project=$PROJECT_ID -f item=$ITEM_ID -f status_field=$STATUS_FIELD_ID -f status_value=${{ env.TODO_OPTION_ID }} -f date_field=$DATE_FIELD_ID -f date_value=$DATE --silent

Sets the value of the Status field to Todo. Sets the value of the Date posted field.

#
name: Add PR to project
# This workflow runs whenever a pull request in the repository is marked as "ready for review".
on:
  pull_request:
    types:
      - ready_for_review
jobs:
  track_pr:
    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
    steps:
    # Uses the [tibdex/github-app-token](https://github.com/tibdex/github-app-token) action to generate an installation access token for your app from the app ID and private key. The installation access token is accessed later in the workflow as `${{ steps.generate-token.outputs.token }}`.
    #
    # Replace `APP_ID` with the name of the configuration variable that contains your app ID.
    #
    # Replace `APP_PEM` with the name of the secret that contains your app private key.
      - name: Generate token
        id: generate-token
        uses: tibdex/github-app-token@32691ba7c9e7063bd457bd8f2a5703138591fa58 # v1.9.0
        with:
          app_id: ${{ vars.APP_ID }}
          private_key: ${{ secrets.APP_PEM }}
      # Sets environment variables for this step.
      #
      # Replace `YOUR_ORGANIZATION` with the name of your organization. For example, `octo-org`.
      #
      # Replace `YOUR_PROJECT_NUMBER` with your project number. To find the project number, look at the project URL. For example, `https://github.com/orgs/octo-org/projects/5` has a project number of 5.
      - name: Get project data
        env:
          GH_TOKEN: ${{ steps.generate-token.outputs.token }}
          ORGANIZATION: YOUR_ORGANIZATION
          PROJECT_NUMBER: YOUR_PROJECT_NUMBER
        # Uses [GitHub CLI](https://cli.github.com/manual/) to query the API for the ID of the project and return the name and ID of the first 20 fields in the project. `fields` returns a union and the query uses inline fragments (`... on`) to return information about any `ProjectV2Field` and `ProjectV2SingleSelectField` fields. The response is stored in a file called `project_data.json`.
        run: |
          gh api graphql -f query='
            query($org: String!, $number: Int!) {
              organization(login: $org){
                projectV2(number: $number) {
                  id
                  fields(first:20) {
                    nodes {
                      ... on ProjectV2Field {
                        id
                        name
                      }
                      ... on ProjectV2SingleSelectField {
                        id
                        name
                        options {
                          id
                          name
                        }
                      }
                    }
                  }
                }
              }
            }' -f org=$ORGANIZATION -F number=$PROJECT_NUMBER > project_data.json

# Parses the response from the API query and stores the relevant IDs as environment variables. Modify this to get the ID for different fields or options. For example:
#
# - To get the ID of a field called `Team`, add `echo 'TEAM_FIELD_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Team") | .id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV`.
# - To get the ID of an option called `Octoteam` for the `Team` single select field, add `echo 'OCTOTEAM_OPTION_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Team") |.options[] | select(.name=="Octoteam") |.id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV`.
#
# **Note:** This workflow assumes that you have a project with a single select field called "Status" that includes an option called "Todo" and a date field called "Date posted". You must modify this section to match the fields that are present in your table.
          echo 'PROJECT_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV
          echo 'DATE_FIELD_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Date posted") | .id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV
          echo 'STATUS_FIELD_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Status") | .id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV
          echo 'TODO_OPTION_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Status") | .options[] | select(.name=="Todo") |.id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV

# Sets environment variables for this step. `GH_TOKEN` is the token generated in the first step. `PR_ID` is the ID of the pull request that triggered this workflow.
      - name: Add PR to project
        env:
          GH_TOKEN: ${{ steps.generate-token.outputs.token }}
          PR_ID: ${{ github.event.pull_request.node_id }}
        # Uses [GitHub CLI](https://cli.github.com/manual/) and the API to add the pull request that triggered this workflow to the project. The `jq` flag parses the response to get the ID of the created item.
        run: |
          item_id="$( gh api graphql -f query='
            mutation($project:ID!, $pr:ID!) {
              addProjectV2ItemById(input: {projectId: $project, contentId: $pr}) {
                item {
                  id
                }
              }
            }' -f project=$PROJECT_ID -f pr=$PR_ID --jq '.data.addProjectV2ItemById.item.id')"

# Stores the ID of the created item as an environment variable.
            echo 'ITEM_ID='$item_id >> $GITHUB_ENV

# Saves the current date as an environment variable in `yyyy-mm-dd` format.
      - name: Get date
        run: echo "DATE=$(date +"%Y-%m-%d")" >> $GITHUB_ENV

# Sets environment variables for this step. `GH_TOKEN` is the token generated in the first step.
      - name: Set fields
        env:
          GH_TOKEN: ${{ steps.generate-token.outputs.token }}
        # Sets the value of the `Status` field to `Todo`. Sets the value of the `Date posted` field.
        run: |
          gh api graphql -f query='
            mutation (
              $project: ID!
              $item: ID!
              $status_field: ID!
              $status_value: String!
              $date_field: ID!
              $date_value: Date!
            ) {
              set_status: updateProjectV2ItemFieldValue(input: {
                projectId: $project
                itemId: $item
                fieldId: $status_field
                value: {
                  singleSelectOptionId: $status_value
                  }
              }) {
                projectV2Item {
                  id
                  }
              }
              set_date_posted: updateProjectV2ItemFieldValue(input: {
                projectId: $project
                itemId: $item
                fieldId: $date_field
                value: {
                  date: $date_value
                }
              }) {
                projectV2Item {
                  id
                }
              }
            }' -f project=$PROJECT_ID -f item=$ITEM_ID -f status_field=$STATUS_FIELD_ID -f status_value=${{ env.TODO_OPTION_ID }} -f date_field=$DATE_FIELD_ID -f date_value=$DATE --silent

Beispielworkflow für die Authentifizierung mit einem personal access token

  1. Erstelle ein personal access token mit den Bereichen project und repo. Weitere Informationen findest du unter Verwalten deiner persönlichen Zugriffstoken.
  2. Speichere das personal access token als geheimen Schlüssel in deinem Repository oder deiner Organisation.
  3. Ersetze YOUR_TOKEN im folgenden Workflow durch den Namen des Geheimnisses. Ersetze YOUR_ORGANIZATION durch den Namen deiner Organisation. Beispiel: octo-org. Ersetze YOUR_PROJECT_NUMBER durch deine Projektnummer. Sieh dir die URL des Projekts an, um die Projektnummer zu finden. https://github.com/orgs/octo-org/projects/5 hat beispielsweise die Projektnummer 5.
YAML
name: Add PR to project
on:
  pull_request:
    types:
      - ready_for_review
jobs:
  track_pr:
    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
    steps:

This workflow runs whenever a pull request in the repository is marked as "ready for review".

      - name: Get project data
        env:
          GH_TOKEN: ${{ secrets.YOUR_TOKEN }}
          ORGANIZATION: YOUR_ORGANIZATION
          PROJECT_NUMBER: YOUR_PROJECT_NUMBER

Sets environment variables for this step.

If you are using a personal access token, replace YOUR_TOKEN with the name of the secret that contains your personal access token.

Replace YOUR_ORGANIZATION with the name of your organization. For example, octo-org.

Replace YOUR_PROJECT_NUMBER with your project number. To find the project number, look at the project URL. For example, https://github.com/orgs/octo-org/projects/5 has a project number of 5.

        run: |
          gh api graphql -f query='
            query($org: String!, $number: Int!) {
              organization(login: $org){
                projectV2(number: $number) {
                  id
                  fields(first:20) {
                    nodes {
                      ... on ProjectV2Field {
                        id
                        name
                      }
                      ... on ProjectV2SingleSelectField {
                        id
                        name
                        options {
                          id
                          name
                        }
                      }
                    }
                  }
                }
              }
            }' -f org=$ORGANIZATION -F number=$PROJECT_NUMBER > project_data.json

Uses GitHub CLI to query the API for the ID of the project and return the name and ID of the first 20 fields in the project. fields returns a union and the query uses inline fragments (... on) to return information about any ProjectV2Field and ProjectV2SingleSelectField fields. The response is stored in a file called project_data.json.

          echo 'PROJECT_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV
          echo 'DATE_FIELD_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Date posted") | .id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV
          echo 'STATUS_FIELD_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Status") | .id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV
          echo 'TODO_OPTION_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Status") | .options[] | select(.name=="Todo") |.id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV

Parses the response from the API query and stores the relevant IDs as environment variables. Modify this to get the ID for different fields or options. For example:

  • To get the ID of a field called Team, add echo 'TEAM_FIELD_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Team") | .id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV.
  • To get the ID of an option called Octoteam for the Team single select field, add echo 'OCTOTEAM_OPTION_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Team") |.options[] | select(.name=="Octoteam") |.id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV.

Note: This workflow assumes that you have a project with a single select field called "Status" that includes an option called "Todo" and a date field called "Date posted". You must modify this section to match the fields that are present in your table.

      - name: Add PR to project
        env:
          GH_TOKEN: ${{ secrets.YOUR_TOKEN }}
          PR_ID: ${{ github.event.pull_request.node_id }}

Sets environment variables for this step. Replace YOUR_TOKEN with the name of the secret that contains your personal access token.

        run: |
          item_id="$( gh api graphql -f query='
            mutation($project:ID!, $pr:ID!) {
              addProjectV2ItemById(input: {projectId: $project, contentId: $pr}) {
                item {
                  id
                }
              }
            }' -f project=$PROJECT_ID -f pr=$PR_ID --jq '.data.addProjectV2ItemById.item.id')"

Uses GitHub CLI and the API to add the pull request that triggered this workflow to the project. The jq flag parses the response to get the ID of the created item.

            echo 'ITEM_ID='$item_id >> $GITHUB_ENV

Stores the ID of the created item as an environment variable.

      - name: Get date
        run: echo "DATE=$(date +"%Y-%m-%d")" >> $GITHUB_ENV

Saves the current date as an environment variable in yyyy-mm-dd format.

      - name: Set fields
        env:
          GH_TOKEN: ${{ secrets.YOUR_TOKEN }}

Sets environment variables for this step. Replace YOUR_TOKEN with the name of the secret that contains your personal access token.

        run: |
          gh api graphql -f query='
            mutation (
              $project: ID!
              $item: ID!
              $status_field: ID!
              $status_value: String!
              $date_field: ID!
              $date_value: Date!
            ) {
              set_status: updateProjectV2ItemFieldValue(input: {
                projectId: $project
                itemId: $item
                fieldId: $status_field
                value: {
                  singleSelectOptionId: $status_value
                  }
              }) {
                projectV2Item {
                  id
                  }
              }
              set_date_posted: updateProjectV2ItemFieldValue(input: {
                projectId: $project
                itemId: $item
                fieldId: $date_field
                value: {
                  date: $date_value
                }
              }) {
                projectV2Item {
                  id
                }
              }
            }' -f project=$PROJECT_ID -f item=$ITEM_ID -f status_field=$STATUS_FIELD_ID -f status_value=${{ env.TODO_OPTION_ID }} -f date_field=$DATE_FIELD_ID -f date_value=$DATE --silent

Sets the value of the Status field to Todo. Sets the value of the Date posted field.

# This workflow runs whenever a pull request in the repository is marked as "ready for review".
name: Add PR to project
on:
  pull_request:
    types:
      - ready_for_review
jobs:
  track_pr:
    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
    steps:
    # Sets environment variables for this step.
    #
    # If you are using a personal access token, replace `YOUR_TOKEN` with the name of the secret that contains your personal access token.
    #
    # Replace `YOUR_ORGANIZATION` with the name of your organization. For example, `octo-org`.
    #
    # Replace `YOUR_PROJECT_NUMBER` with your project number. To find the project number, look at the project URL. For example, `https://github.com/orgs/octo-org/projects/5` has a project number of 5.
      - name: Get project data
        env:
          GH_TOKEN: ${{ secrets.YOUR_TOKEN }}
          ORGANIZATION: YOUR_ORGANIZATION
          PROJECT_NUMBER: YOUR_PROJECT_NUMBER
        # Uses [GitHub CLI](https://cli.github.com/manual/) to query the API for the ID of the project and return the name and ID of the first 20 fields in the project. `fields` returns a union and the query uses inline fragments (`... on`) to return information about any `ProjectV2Field` and `ProjectV2SingleSelectField` fields. The response is stored in a file called `project_data.json`.
        run: |
          gh api graphql -f query='
            query($org: String!, $number: Int!) {
              organization(login: $org){
                projectV2(number: $number) {
                  id
                  fields(first:20) {
                    nodes {
                      ... on ProjectV2Field {
                        id
                        name
                      }
                      ... on ProjectV2SingleSelectField {
                        id
                        name
                        options {
                          id
                          name
                        }
                      }
                    }
                  }
                }
              }
            }' -f org=$ORGANIZATION -F number=$PROJECT_NUMBER > project_data.json

# Parses the response from the API query and stores the relevant IDs as environment variables. Modify this to get the ID for different fields or options. For example:
#
# - To get the ID of a field called `Team`, add `echo 'TEAM_FIELD_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Team") | .id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV`.
# - To get the ID of an option called `Octoteam` for the `Team` single select field, add `echo 'OCTOTEAM_OPTION_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Team") |.options[] | select(.name=="Octoteam") |.id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV`.
#
# **Note:** This workflow assumes that you have a project with a single select field called "Status" that includes an option called "Todo" and a date field called "Date posted". You must modify this section to match the fields that are present in your table.
          echo 'PROJECT_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV
          echo 'DATE_FIELD_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Date posted") | .id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV
          echo 'STATUS_FIELD_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Status") | .id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV
          echo 'TODO_OPTION_ID='$(jq '.data.organization.projectV2.fields.nodes[] | select(.name== "Status") | .options[] | select(.name=="Todo") |.id' project_data.json) >> $GITHUB_ENV

# Sets environment variables for this step. Replace `YOUR_TOKEN` with the name of the secret that contains your personal access token.
      - name: Add PR to project
        env:
          GH_TOKEN: ${{ secrets.YOUR_TOKEN }}
          PR_ID: ${{ github.event.pull_request.node_id }}
        # Uses [GitHub CLI](https://cli.github.com/manual/) and the API to add the pull request that triggered this workflow to the project. The `jq` flag parses the response to get the ID of the created item.
        run: |
          item_id="$( gh api graphql -f query='
            mutation($project:ID!, $pr:ID!) {
              addProjectV2ItemById(input: {projectId: $project, contentId: $pr}) {
                item {
                  id
                }
              }
            }' -f project=$PROJECT_ID -f pr=$PR_ID --jq '.data.addProjectV2ItemById.item.id')"

# Stores the ID of the created item as an environment variable.
            echo 'ITEM_ID='$item_id >> $GITHUB_ENV

# Saves the current date as an environment variable in `yyyy-mm-dd` format.
      - name: Get date
        run: echo "DATE=$(date +"%Y-%m-%d")" >> $GITHUB_ENV

# Sets environment variables for this step. Replace `YOUR_TOKEN` with the name of the secret that contains your personal access token.
      - name: Set fields
        env:
          GH_TOKEN: ${{ secrets.YOUR_TOKEN }}
        # Sets the value of the `Status` field to `Todo`. Sets the value of the `Date posted` field.
        run: |
          gh api graphql -f query='
            mutation (
              $project: ID!
              $item: ID!
              $status_field: ID!
              $status_value: String!
              $date_field: ID!
              $date_value: Date!
            ) {
              set_status: updateProjectV2ItemFieldValue(input: {
                projectId: $project
                itemId: $item
                fieldId: $status_field
                value: {
                  singleSelectOptionId: $status_value
                  }
              }) {
                projectV2Item {
                  id
                  }
              }
              set_date_posted: updateProjectV2ItemFieldValue(input: {
                projectId: $project
                itemId: $item
                fieldId: $date_field
                value: {
                  date: $date_value
                }
              }) {
                projectV2Item {
                  id
                }
              }
            }' -f project=$PROJECT_ID -f item=$ITEM_ID -f status_field=$STATUS_FIELD_ID -f status_value=${{ env.TODO_OPTION_ID }} -f date_field=$DATE_FIELD_ID -f date_value=$DATE --silent