Crucible: Running groovy scripts?

Jira has scriptRunner to easily run groovy scripts. Is there an equivalent plug-in for Crucible/Fisheye.
Or can groovy scripts be run in another fashion?

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Jun 10, 2014

Getting more dissappointed. :-((

The latest beta version ( works in stash and confluence as well as jira. But no intention to make it work in fecru...

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Tom Davies Atlassian Team Jun 17, 2014

What is it you want to accomplish? You may be able to use FishEye/Crucible's REST API.

I want the scripting to communicate back to Jira (i.e. when a review is closed, have one or more fields in Jira updating).

Re: Can Crucible update a Jira field when review closed?

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Lukasz Pater Atlassian Team Jun 25, 2014

The easiest way to achieve that would be to write a Crucible Java plugin that listens to the events that interest you (ReviewStateChangedEvent in your case), and calls the JIRA rest api.

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