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Extract code from jira's default jqlfunctions

I need to make a jql function that shows issues that haven't been updated in the last three days, but if any of those three days is a Saturday or Sunday, it should count as being updated on the following Monday. I'm having a hard time doing the last part. Does anyone know if it is possible to extract the code of already existing jql functions to parse it? Is it possible to do what I want?

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If you have a commercial licence for Jira, then you have access to the source code (which you must not share with anyone who does not also have a commercial licence)

But there are examples of JQL scripted functions that are probably going to be easier to modify than finding them in the original source - see

Hello, thanks for answering! I have a license, but I've been searching my server and I can't find the code for those functions, could you tell me where they are? Thank you!

Have you downloaded the source code?  An installed server is a mix of template, display and config files, mixed in with classes and resources compiled from the source.  It doesn't have the java code in it, only the compiled stuff.

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