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Automatically executing python script once the new issue is created

I'm working on the python script that will be executed once the new issue is created.

 

Is there a way to automate execution of python script once the new issue is created?

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Bloompeak Support Marketplace Partner Sep 08, 2021

Hi @Thanakorn Vongsanong ,

If you are using Jira cloud, you can use webhooks, specifically jira:issue_created webhook.

https://developer.atlassian.com/cloud/jira/platform/webhooks/

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Hello and welcome,

It'll be difficult to help you without further information like ; 

Are you on cloud or jira server/data center ?

Where is the python script stored/executed ?

How do you normally execute your python script ? (From a CLI, by loading a web page, by making a rest call...)

Do you have any plugins installed ?

Hello All,

We are using Jira cloud, And we have few python scripts built. We would like to execute the python script the moment a jira ticket is created.

we normally executed the script using pycharm now we want to trigger that script to run once jira ticket is raised.

 

Any suggestion to achieve this would help us a lot

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