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Limiting component choice by issue type

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I have a JIRA project with 15 components and 4 issue types. Would like to limit the component choices based on issue type using ScriptRunner Behaviors. Can anyone help me with a shell script to get me started?

JIRA 7.6.1

Scriptrunner: 5.2.2

 

 

 

 

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Hi, Aaron, something like this should help you start

import com.atlassian.jira.config.IssueTypeManager
import com.atlassian.jira.component.ComponentAccessor

Map validComponentNameByType = ["Task":
["component1","component2"],
"Story":
["component2","component3"]
]

def project = issueContext.projectObject
def issueType = issueContext.issueType.name
def component = getFieldById("components")

if(issueType && validComponentNameByType[issueType]){
def validComponent = project.getComponents().findAll{it.name in validComponentNameByType[issueType]}
component.setFieldOptions(validComponent)
}

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