I'm using JIRA 8.0.3. We had a need to programmatically create JIRA projects from an existing template which would be triggered in a workflow transition as part of a new Issue Type. I was able to do this successfully by using the JIRA API from a post-function inline script (ScriptRunner).
As a next step, I need to add groups to specific Project Roles for the newly created JIRA project. Please bear in mind that the groups would be unique for each new JIRA project. I did look into JIRA API about ProjectRole, ProjectRoleManager and ProjectRoleService. However, the method addActorsToProjectRole expects a Collection of Actors. In my case, the group name to add would be a String. So I'm not sure how to proceed.
Here is my existing code (projKey, projName, projLead are user-entered information; origUser is the user who is person clicking on the workflow transition to create the project) -
Builder builder = new Builder()
def data = builder.build()
// Validate whether logged in origUser has privileges to create the project from existing Project Template
def projectResult = projectService.validateCreateProjectBasedOnExistingProject(origUser, PROJECT_TEMPLATE_PID, data)
Project prj = projectService.createProject(projectResult)
The above snippet works for creating a new project with the existing project template id.
However, I'm stuck now trying to add groups to the project for specific project roles. I have looked at the below documentation but can only find addActorsToProjectRole (as mentioned above) and nothing related to adding users or groups to a project role for a project.
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