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How to create comment or tasks in pull requests with Scriptrunner from Bitbucket v5.9.0?

I'd like to create tasks when a pull request is created via the Custom Event Handler feature from Bitbucket Scriptrunner, but I couldn't manage to find how to do it so far. I did find solutions on this website but they seem not to apply in v5.9.0, for example this one:


Even after replacing




and after importing the right interface, since I noticed the function switched interface between versions (, it didn't work, I got the following message in the logs:

groovy.lang.MissingMethodException: No signature of method: com.sun.proxy.$Proxy454.addComment() is applicable for argument types: (Integer, Long, String) values

The solutions I found on other questions got the same fate, and I'm still unable to automatically create tasks or even comments right now.


Any solution? Thanks a lot in advance.


1 answer

Hi @rlandes ,

Using ScriptRunner for Bitbucket, you can also add tasks to Pull Requests using a built-in script. Here is the documentation:

Does this help? Or do you need something more custom?

Kind regards,

Robert Giddings,

Product Manager, ScriptRunner for Bitbucket

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