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Is it possible to make JIRA script listeners (registered via script listeners) asynchronous?

Hi,

I am trying to solve some major JIRA performance problems caused by performing various long running tasks triggered by native JIRA events (Work Logged On Issue, Issue Worklog Updated) in script listeners registered via Script Runner addon.

According to sources from my research event / listener processing in JIRA is driven synchronously. This is causing the performance issues.

I found a tutorial describing way to implement asynchronous event / listener processing in JIRA plugin. I would rather implement and register listener via Script Runner (they are more lightweight).

Is there any way to achieve asynchronous processing using JIRA native events and Script Runner listeners at the moment?

We are using 7.4.4 JIRA Server with latest Script Runner (5.1.0).

Thank you in advance.

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Sorry. 

I posted in the wrong thread.

 

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