I want to use Jelly Script for JIRA
but I read in several postings that Jelly Script will not be supported anymore for JIRA. Is this true? Script Runner is often recommended as an alternative but I don't want to buy a plugin just to run some simple and small scripts. 


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Jelly went away many many versions ago.

There are other ways to automate and script.  What are your scripts doing? 

Much as I am probably supposed to sell ScriptRunner (because it can do all the things without you needing to learn new languages or run into limits in the add-on, etc), I can still try to see if you can meet your requirements without it.  As can other people here.

Hi Nic,

as a first example I just want to write a script which changes the status of a ticket automatically after a time period (for example 3 days). I there a simple way to write such short scripts for JIRA?

Greetings Tom

You'd need ScriptRunner, Automation, or one of the other scripting add-ons to do that.

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