Currently you would have to restart Jira to kill a ScriptRunner script. There is a feature request for this here you can vote/follow: https://productsupport.adaptavist.com/browse/SRJIRA-3685
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Not really enough detail for me to offer a detailed answer, but as a generic one...
if you are running one of our products either for you or one of your customers, and hitting a problem then I would always encourage you to raise a ticket with our support team.
We've invested a lot in support the last few years, and have a lot of people that can help. We give better support to our solution partners (and Glintech is one). I see you are in Australia - we have people in a near timezone that can help as well.
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Hello everyone, I am a product manager in the Jira Cloud team focused on making sure our customers have a delightful experience using our products. Towards that goal, one of the areas which is extr...
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