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How to recreate scripts for ScriptRunner (post functions used in Jira Workflows) in Cloud?

I am trying to recreate scripts for ScriptRunner (post functions used in Jira Workflows).

The script is throwing the error at "Import com.atlassian.jira.component.ComponentAccessor".


It is giving the error: "Invalid Imports".


I do have the following reference document here:


I would like to know the way out for the post-functions used in Jira workflows in Server to work in cloud. If recreating the scripts in cloud is not the option what is the workaround?

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Oliver Siebenmarck _Polymetis Apps_
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Oct 27, 2023

Hi @Sourav Mallick ,

The TL;DR is: You'll have to put in some work to adapt or rewrite your scripts. Adaptavist have a nice guide here:

Although ScriptRunner Cloud still uses Groovy, the actual Jira APIs that can be used are quite different between Server/DC and Cloud. On Cloud, you can only use the REST and GraphQL APIs, while you had virtually all internal APIs at your disposal on Server/DC. Neither is better or worse, just different with different tradeoffs.

Hope that helps,

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