Add bulk release versions through script runner Edited

How to use scriptrunner scripts to add bulk release versions from a csv file for multiple projects or any other option to achieve it?

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Hi,

You could run a script like this in the Script Console:

import com.atlassian.jira.component.ComponentAccessor

def projectManager = ComponentAccessor.getProjectManager()
def project = projectManager.getProjectObjByKey("CONFIG") // change project name here

def versionManager = ComponentAccessor.getVersionManager()

def versionList = ["CONFIG_18.01.01", "CONFIG_18.01.02", "CONFIG_18.01.03", "CONFIG_18.01.04",
"CONFIG_18.01.05", "CONFIG_18.02.01"]

for (version in versionList) {
log.debug("Now adding version " + version + " to " + project.name)
versionManager.createVersion(version, new Date(), new Date() + 7, "New version description", project.id, null)
}

For each project, you just need to change the project name on line 4. For versionList on line 7, you could just copy and paste the Fix Version/s from your Excel spreadsheet. 

After running the script in my instance:

Screen Shot 2017-12-07 at 10.46.25 AM.png

Please note the parameters used for createVersion on line 11. You will need to change the start/end date according to your specifications. See more about the createVersion method here.

Thanks Joshua for giving me the script snippet.

 

 

 


   

This works great, however I need to have different dates for each fixed version.  How would I alter it to include custom dates for each fixed version. 

Hi @Joshua Yamdogo [Adaptavist] Thanks much.

My requirement was to create more than 400 + versions across projects so had to tweak the scripts like below. Likewise , for different patterns I did update the contents inside createVersion( ).

Now for next release (year 2019) , I only need to change 18 to 19 :)

 

// Script to create version pattern <Project>_18.01.00 ,
// <Project>_18.01.02 ... <Project>_18.12.05 and so on

import com.atlassian.jira.component.ComponentAccessor

def projectManager = ComponentAccessor.getProjectManager()
def versionManager = ComponentAccessor.getVersionManager()

["PROJECT1","PROJECT2","PROJECT3","PROJECT4" ].each {  //Change project names here
def project = projectManager.getProjectObjByKey("${it}")

//loop to create version list

for(int i=0; i<=12; i++) {
    for(int j=1; j<=5; j++) {
        String secondStr ="";
        String thirdStr ="";
        if(i <10) {
            secondStr = "0"+i;
        } else {
            secondStr = i;
        }
        if(j <10) {
            thirdStr = "0"+j;
        } else {
            thirdStr = j;
        }
        versionManager.createVersion( "${it}"+"_18."+ secondStr + "." + thirdStr,null,null, "Release Description",project.id,null)
       }
    }
}

 

Hi @Joshua Yamdogo [Adaptavist] .

I utilized your script and made some more tweaks as my requirement was to create more than 400 + versions across projects . So wrote a scripts like below and made couple of more scripts to suit different version patterns.

Now for next activity ( year 2019 release) I only needed to change 18 to 19 on line 28  :)

 

 



























 

 

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