Script listener error



I'm trying to set up script listener that would transition issue when story is linked but i get the following error:

2017-12-19 11:35:59,247 ERROR [runner.AbstractScriptListener]: *************************************************************************************
2017-12-19 11:35:59,248 ERROR [runner.AbstractScriptListener]: Script function failed on event:, script: com.onresolve.scriptrunner.canned.jira.workflow.postfunctions.FasttrackTransition
Assertion failed:
assert issue // issue in doScript
    at com.onresolve.scriptrunner.canned.jira.workflow.postfunctions.FasttrackTransition.doScript(FasttrackTransition.groovy:99)


Any ideas?

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That would be the lines which give the error in the FasttrackTransition.groovy

def issue = params['issue'] as MutableIssue

String actionId = params[FIELD_ACTION]
actionId = actionId?.replaceAll(/ .*/, "")

assert issue // issue in doScript

 I think the problem is that IssueLinkCreatedEvent does not hold the issue parameter. It holds issuelink and you can get issues only by refrencing destination and source issue objects. But the script wants the issue parameter which the event does not have. 

I believe that you can not use the event for the FasttrackTransition listener. You need to develop your custom listener.

Though I did not check my guess.

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The message means that the variable "issue" has null value in your script, i.e. it is not passed to the script.

You may want to check how (in what property?) the IssueLinkCreatedEvent carries the information about the issue.

i have used built in "fast-track transition an issue" didn't know that there are additional details that need to be defined...

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