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Automatizar Projects usando ações

Você pode usar o GitHub Actions para automatizar projetos.

Fluxos de trabalho GitHub Actions

Este artigo demonstra como usar a API do GraphQL e o GitHub Actions para adicionar uma solicitação de pull a um projeto de uma organização. No exemplo de fluxos de trabalho, quando o pull request é marcado como "pronto para revisão", uma nova tarefa é adicionada ao projeto com um campo "Status" definido como "Todo", e a data atual é adicionada a um campo personalizado "Data de postagem".

Você pode copiar um dos fluxos de trabalho abaixo e modificá-lo conforme descrito na tabela abaixo para atender às suas necessidades.

Um projeto pode incluir vários repositórios, mas um fluxo de trabalho é específico para um repositório. Adicione o fluxo de trabalho a cada repositório que deseja acompanhar no projeto. Para obter mais informações sobre como criar arquivos de fluxo de trabalho, confira "Início rápido para GitHub Actions".

Este artigo pressupõe que você tem um entendimento básico de GitHub Actions. Para mais informações sobre GitHub Actions, confira "Documentação do GitHub Actions".

Para obter mais informações sobre outras alterações que você pode fazer no seu projeto por meio da API, confira "Usando a API para gerenciar Projects".

Você também pode querer usar o fluxo de trabalho de ações/adicionar ao projeto, que é mantido pelo GitHub e adicionará o problema ou a solicitação de pull atual ao projeto especificado. Para obter mais informações, confira o repositório de ações/adicionar ao projeto e o LEIAME.

Observação: o GITHUB_TOKEN tem escopo para o nível do repositório e não pode acessar projects. Para acessar projects, você pode criar um GitHub App (recomendado para projetos de organização) ou um personal access token (recomendado para projetos de usuários). Exemplos de fluxo de trabalho para ambas as abordagens são mostrados abaixo.

Exemplo de fluxo de trabalho que efetua a autenticação com um GitHub App

Para saber mais sobre a autenticação em um fluxo de trabalho do GitHub Actions com um GitHub App, confira "Fazer solicitações de API autenticadas com um Aplicativo do GitHub em um fluxo de trabalho do GitHub Actions".

  1. Crie um GitHub App ou escolha um GitHub App existente pertencente à sua organização. Para obter mais informações, confira "Registrar um Aplicativo GitHub".

  2. Dê as suas permissões de leitura e gravação de GitHub App para projetos de organização. Para este exemplo específico, seu GitHub App também precisará de permissões de leitura para solicitações de pull de repositório e problemas de repositório. Para obter mais informações, confira "Modificar um registro do Aplicativo GitHub".

    Observação: você pode controlar a permissão do aplicativo em projetos da organização e do repositório. Você deve dar permissão de leitura e gravação de projetos de organização; a permissão de leitura e gravação para projetos de repositório não será suficiente.

  3. Instale o GitHub App na sua organização. Instale-o em todos os repositórios que o seu projeto precisa acessar. Para obter mais informações, confira "Instalando seu próprio Aplicativo GitHub".

  4. Armazene a ID do GitHub App como uma variável de configuração em seu repositório ou organização. No fluxo de trabalho a seguir, substitua APP_ID pelo nome da variável de configuração. Você pode encontrar o ID do seu aplicativo na página de configurações do seu aplicativo ou por meio da API do aplicativo. Para obter mais informações, confira "Aplicativos". Para saber mais sobre variáveis de configuração, confira "Variáveis".

  5. Gerar uma chave privada para o seu aplicativo. Armazene o conteúdo do arquivo resultante como um segredo no seu repositório ou organização. (Armazene todo o conteúdo do arquivo, incluindo -----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY----- e -----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----). No fluxo de trabalho a seguir, substitua APP_PEM pelo nome do segredo. Para obter mais informações, confira "Como gerenciar chaves privadas para Aplicativos GitHub". Para saber mais sobre como armazenar segredos, confira "Usar segredos em ações do GitHub".

  6. No fluxo de trabalho a seguir, substitua YOUR_ORGANIZATION pelo nome da sua organização. Por exemplo, octo-org. Substitua YOUR_PROJECT_NUMBER pelo número do projeto. Para encontrar o número do projeto, consulte a URL do projeto. Por exemplo, https://github.com/orgs/octo-org/projects/5 tem o número de projeto 1. Para que este exemplo específico funcione, seu projeto também deve ter o campo de data "Data da Postagem".

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: actions/create-github-app-token@v1
        with:
          app-id: ${{ vars.APP_ID }}
          private-key: ${{ secrets.APP_PEM }}

Uses the actions/create-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 [actions/create-github-app-token](https://github.com/marketplace/actions/create-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: actions/create-github-app-token@v1
        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

Exemplo de fluxo de trabalho que faz a autenticação com um personal access token

  1. Crie um personal access token (classic) com os escopos project e repo. Para obter mais informações, confira "Gerenciar seus tokens de acesso pessoal".
  2. Salve o personal access token como um segredo no repositório ou na organização.
  3. No fluxo de trabalho a seguir, substitua YOUR_TOKEN pelo nome do segredo. Substitua YOUR_ORGANIZATION pelo nome da sua organização. Por exemplo, octo-org. Substitua YOUR_PROJECT_NUMBER pelo número do projeto. Para encontrar o número do projeto, consulte a URL do projeto. Por exemplo, https://github.com/orgs/octo-org/projects/5 tem o número de projeto 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