Automatically close JIRA issue after xDays without activity

JIRA 6.2.2 - JIRA 6.4.11


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You need a script - you used to be able to do it with Jelly, but now you'll need the script-runner, automation or some other scripting addon.

@Nic Brough [Adaptavist] Hi! We have a Script Runner plugin. Maybe you have a script template for this operation?

I don't know, I've always used Jelly or the Script Runner.

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You can try to use this plugin

or check the answers in this questions

Jelly Script can be runned using JIRA services:

  • Class: com.atlassian.jira.jelly.service.JellyService.
  • Input file: C:\jirascripts\closurescript.xml
  • Output file: C:\jirascripts\closureoutput.xml


The question included JIRA 6.4, where there is no Jelly any more...

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