I'm sorry, I still don't understand.
I understand that you want a Jira ID and the name of the person who created it. But I don't grasp how the 15 days criteria is attached to it. Do you mean the issue has not been updated in the last 15 days?
There is actually a problem with "creator" too - Jira allows a person to create an issue and name a different *reporter* to themselves, so you won't actually know who created it.
This also leads me to ask why you don't just use Jira to do it. The JQL "updated < -15d" will give you all the issues that haven't been updated, and when you look at the issue navigator, you get Issue ID and Reporter as columns by default.
Ok. I assume you will be commenting via REST, as you can't do it with SQL. Ideally, you should probably be fetching the data with REST as well. (Or you could just use the script runner to do this and do the whole thing internally instead)
I also suspect your criteria are wrong. You probably need to exclude closed/resolved/ended/done issues from the updates at the very least, or you'll quickly end up with piles of issues with pointless comments on them.
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