Custom script post-function for holding the transition executed user full name

Hi, We have a workflow like below and a custom filed Addressed By. we need to copy the user id to Addressed by filed using post funtion "Custom script post-function" when ever the issue moved to CLOSED state. when ever the issue moved from 1. open to closed 2. Rejected to closed 3. Reopend to closed 4. validation to closed, the custom field - Addressed By value need to updated to trasition executed user full name.



Some one please help on the script. which is same like the copy the date from the post -  





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Hey Ramaiah,

To do this, you'll have to place a post-function on every one of the transitions that you specified above. In each custom post-function, you can get the current user and assign them to the "Addressed By" field using a script like:

import com.atlassian.jira.component.ComponentAccessor

def cfm = ComponentAccessor.getCustomFieldManager()
def jiraAuthContext = ComponentAccessor.getJiraAuthenticationContext()

def userCf = cfm.getCustomFieldObjectByName("Addressed By")
def currentUser = jiraAuthContext.getLoggedInUser()

issue.setCustomFieldValue(userCf, currentUser)

Additionally, you need to make note of where the post function is in the order of execution. Make sure you put this function just before the "Re-index an issue to keep indexes in sync with the database" step:

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Let me know if you need help with this or have any more questions! :)

Best,                                                                                                               Aidan

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