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Archive Components in Jira through ScriptRunner (Listener)


I am trying to find a method to archive components in Jira (through ScriptRunner Listener). I don’t find any methods in the below Jira API documentation to perform 'archive' operation . However, I see methods to create and update components.

ProjectComponentService (Atlassian JIRA 7.0.0 API)

Any idea on 'archive' method?

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Peter-Dave Sheehan
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Oct 26, 2021

What version of Jira are you using?

The link you provided is for version 7.0.0

On my version, I can see the "setArchvived" method in the MutableProjectComponent (Jira 8.13.11 API) object but I could not see that option in the 7.0.0 version. 

I don't recall when archiving components became possible.

But presumably, if your version can archive, you should be able to take an existing component object, call the setArchived(true) and then use the Service to store the update.

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