I want to know if its possible to use the Groovy Script Runner to check if the current user is the current project Lead in a workflow condition to Close an issue.
I'm trying to do using the "Simple Scripted condition" as a Workflow condition.
currentUser == issue.getProjectObject().getLeadUser()
But without results =\
So, it's possible? Any Tips?
Thanks in Advance for the help.
Looks ok to me... try it in the condition tester, and prefix with assert, ie:
assert currentUser == issue.getProjectObject().getLeadUser()
Paste back here what it says... maybe they are different types of User.
Actually we're using the Jira 6.1.5.
I found this weird too.
If they're diferent types of user, my code isn't supposed to work right?
And, as you asked, here are the assert with the Class name.
assert currentUser.getClass().name == issue.getProjectObject().getLeadUser().getClass().name | | | | | | | | | 512300:10001| | | IST-7 Project: IST 512300:10001 | com.atlassian.jira.crowd.embedded.ofbiz.OfBizUser | | false class com.atlassian.jira.crowd.embedded.ofbiz.OfBizUser | com.atlassian.jira.user.BridgedDirectoryUser class com.atlassian.jira.user.BridgedDirectoryUser
Thanks a lot for your help Jamie Echlin.
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