New JQL Function Custom to retrive issues with inactive user in assignee “HasInactiveAssignee” or in reporter “HasInactiveReporter” (Jira 6 and 7)

On {JIRA_GOME}/scripts/ create this folders: For example: ../jira_home/scripts/com/onresolve/jira/groovy/jql Then add the groovy file with the new JQLFunction, exmaple: HasInactiveAssignee.groovy The code: Then Go to Addons –> ScriptRunner –> Script JQL Functions –> and then press “Scan” Syntax:  issueFunction in hasInactiveAssignee(‘project = XXX’) That’s all!

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Configure Groovy ScriptRunner Logs

Loggin Scripts You can get a long with way with logging statements, which you can do by adjusting the log level, and “tailing” your log file, normally atlassian-jira.log (usually located in the path {JIRA_HOME}/log ). Add the following lines to your log4j.properties (usually located in the path {TOMCAT_ROOT}/webapps/ROOT/WEB-INF/classes): If your script fails for some reason…

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