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ScriptRunner REST Endpoint section in a hung state

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We are currently trying out ScriptRunner for Confluence to see if we can generate a transmittal in Confluence from information in a Jira issue with custom fields. We are using ScriptRunner on Jira also for this. The idea is the data for the transmittal is in the Jira issue and we use ScriptRunner to automatically generate a transmittal page from the Jira info into Confluence formatted per our template. We did the following:

Created an endpoint for Confluence to receive data from a Jira Issue being created.
Added users to the httpMethod: "POST", groups: ["confluence-administrators"] also.
So it would be: httpMethod: "POST", groups: ["confluence-administrators"], users ["xx", "xx"] to try and fix the edit issue where we couldn't edit the transmittal page that was created from a Jira test issue.

Around this time, both Jira and Confluence stopped working when we think someone started a re-index. (I am assuming they did a full re-index and not a background one...why I don't know) Jira came back up eventually and Confluence came back up a couple hours later. Now when we look at the REST Endpoints section of ScriptRunner, this is all we see:

REST Endpoints.png

We tried clearing out the endpoint that we set up through the console to see if it corrected it but it didn't do anything. We also tried disabling the app and then re-enabling it, but no success. On Adaptavist ScriptRunner's documentation, it says you can run a curl command to delete the endpoint but we don't have access to the Jira server directly so this isn't a possibility for us. We tried uninstalling and reinstalling the app and it didn't wipe the REST endpoints so that didn't work because they are still there.

Does anyone know how to fix this?

Thank you!

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