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Get the Hour when issue was created - Using scritprunner

Hello there!


I'm looking for something to populate a numeric field. A script listenner so I can use it in many workflows and projects.

This field should receive the hour of a created issue.


If it was created at 09:45, this numeric field should receive 09. (Or just 9)

If it was created at 14:34, the numeric field should receive 14.


With this field I can get a report of when we have the most issues created.

This is important to measure the workload and assign people to that period of time. (like, pm to 11pm).


I'm using Jira Server

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Marc Minten _EVS_
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Feb 20, 2020

I would not use a numeric (input) field and a listener for this, but just create a (read-only) scripted field. Or even better retrieve the info dynamically from the issue creation date whenever you need it.

For working with dates in groovy, just use the java.util.Date class ?

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