I want to be able to execute a specific action at the end of a script, regardless of the way of termination. That means, even if a script throws an exception, I want to be able to e.g. log a message. In Java, there is addShutdownHook, which also exists in Groovy. This however doesn't work with ScriptRunner, I assume because it is registered with the Jira-process, which is Java too. Seeing how System.exit() terminates the whole Jira instance, I find this likely.
So my question is: How can I register a shutdownhook or achieve my goal in another way if necessary? Please note that wrapping the whole script in a try-catch is not acceptable.
I am sharing this article with both Zephyr and Xray information and everything should be in one place. It will be easy to know when selecting Zephyr or Xray. Zephyr and Xray are both Jira plug-ins u...
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