It depends a little on which kind of script you want to do it in (Post function, behaviour, etc.), but it should be as simple as
import com.atlassian.jira.component.ComponentAccessor def userManager = ComponentAccessor.userManager def someUser = userManager.getUserByKey("someone") issue.assignee = someUser
to get a specific user from the DB. If you want to get the user from a user-picker custom field, you'd do something like
def cf = ComponentAccessor.customFieldManager.getCustomFieldObjectByName("My User Picker") def someUser = issue.getCustomFieldValue(cf) issue.assignee = someUser
Again, if you can provide some detail about when you want the custom field to be set (i.e. as part of a workflow, or automatically on the issue's create/edit screen), I could provide some more specific guidance.
I want to do a similar workflow:
Create issue ==> approved by manager ===> apporved by manager ===> assigned ===> in progress => resolved
I am acctually blocking the assignment of the issue to the manager so that he validates and then do the same with the manager.
NB: I have a table on my DB with the name od manager and manager
def cf = ComponentAccessor.customFieldManager.getCustomFieldObjectByName("supp")
def someUser = issue.getCustomFieldValue(cf)
issue.description = someUser
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