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Is there a way to execute a script in Jira with a Confluence Listener?

Hey, is there any way to execute a script in Jira that is triggered by a Confluence Listener? I want to create several issues in Jira with the information from Confluence. Therefore I want to build a Listener in Confluence that listens for the PageUpdateEvent and then executes the script in Jira. Thanks in advance for any advice. :)

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Hey Lennard,

Yes, this is definitely possible! I actually just published a blog about this on our website. Our use case is slightly different (we have a listener in Jira that invokes a script in Confluence), but you should be able to apply the same principles. Do you want to give the blog a read and see if it's what you're after?

Best regards,


Hey Josh,

Thank you for your fast reply. I think this is what I was looking for. Do you have any idea which parts I need to change? Since I am not that familiar with groovy it is quite hard for me to make changes.

Best regards,


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