Jelly as a service

Hi,

I am having problem where I can't get jelly to run as a service. I have jira installed in the server, however for the input and output fille I have used both server path and my computer path it still doesnt want to work. Also is the output file supposed to be blank?

Thanks for you help.

Anand

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Hi Matheus,

Thanks for your response. I am basically trying to run a service where it runs everyday at a specific time, once a month and weekly. I have found out that you can create your own service but that is proving to be difficult. Is there a way that I can add code within Jelly script to run at a specific time, not in bank holiday etc? Or is there a way I can add to the already defaulted schedule-config.xml file?

Thanks once again.

Regards

Anand

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Hi Anand,

Could you explain further what is that you are trying to achieve with the Jelly Script? Please do use the server path, and also, depending on what you are trying to do, the Jelly Script needs to pass the permission scheme to work, so you may need to add the following to the script:

<jira:Login username="admin" password="admin">

Change 'admin'/'admin' for a valid user's credential, of course. Also, if you run the Jelly script without setting it as a service, what happens?

Cheers

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