Set Internal or 'to-customer' comment on Service Desk with groovy

Hi,

is possible to update a Service Desk issue's comments setting comment's visibility?

Can I add a comment with groovy setting it as "Internal Comment" or "Respond to customer"?

 

Thank you

1 answer

Hi,

You can run a custom script in a post function to add a comment restricted to a specific role, in this case the Service Desk Team (Role ID 10101)

// add a comment restricted to Service Desk Team role
ComponentAccessor.getCommentManager().create(issue, userKey, "your comment", null, 10101 as Long, true)

If you do not restrict the comment, it will be visible for the customer.

Regards,

Geert

Hi Geert, thank you so much for your quick answer. Just regarding your suggestion, I'm experiencing another issue: if you take a look to my question https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/10401665/duplicated-comment-added-during-transition I was just trying to solve the duplicated comments error deleting instruction issueInputParameters.setComment(transitionComment) and substituting it with ComponentAccessor.getCommentManager().create... But, if I use this instruction (commentmanager) my script doesn't execute properly. I've added the instruction after if (!transitionResult.isValid()) { log.debug "Transition result INVALID" }else{ .... here and: - the comment is correctly added only once - the assignee is not saved on new issue (without using commentmanager I have duplicated comments but everything is ok for the assignement). Have you any suggestion? Thank you again

Hi, I see I copied my code with the variables issue and userKey, issue is defined in your script, but you probably have to substitue authContext.getUser().getKey(). That will probably solve it.

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