Changing the groovy script file path

We have lot if custom workflows and at many places we are using custom groovy script for postfunction or condition or validation. As of now we have complete path hardcoded in the workflow.

Now we would like to change the groovy script file path. Since there are more than 70 places where we need to do that, is there a convenient way to do that?

May be by using some SQL script?

 

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You can write some code to bulk update all your workflows, but it's a bit hairy and I don't have a sample to hand.

You could shut JIRA down, dump the jiraworkflows and jiradraftworks tables using your database tools, do a find and replace and then import them. Make sure you practice on a staging instance first though.

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