Querying the Current JIRA Database

I am running the query quoted here:

Querying the Current JIRA Database

in Script Console, but I get: null

Scriptrunner version is 3.1.4

JIRA 6.4.9

Thanks in advance,

2 answers

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Looks that the Script Console only show results if you use return in the code, so instead of:

log.debug sb.toString()

I use

return sb.toString()

to show the results of the query.

Personally I use the built in method to query JIRA's internal tables .  They replacing your connection declaration with this one.  I cant say for sure it will work as it as I use pure java implementation.

import com.atlassian.jira.ofbiz.DefaultOfBizConnectionFactory; 
Connection conn = new DefaultOfBizConnectionFactory().getConnection();

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks. Tried that but I still get null.

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