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(Scriptrunner)To restrict different Role in Workflow for Same Transition name?

Hi Team,

I need to provide different condition to Workflow such that I can give different role to same transition through status.

Example : Let '#' be Status and '->' be transition.

a) #ReadyForProd ->BackToDev #InDev : For the following transition Role must be 'R1'.

b) #DevReady ->BackToDev #InDev : For the following transition Role must be 'R2'.

Notice both have same transition name.

How can I approach the following with the help of Scriptrunner?

I tried the following script under Conditons->Scriptrunner Script in Workflow.

    "user.getProjectRoles(project).map(p => p.name).includes("R1")"

but it restricts the role throughout both a and b and not just a.

If not possible through Scriptrunner, please suggest another approach?

Thanks and regards,

Danish Hussain

1 answer

Assuming you have a simplified workflow and you are using Simple Scripted Validator, under condition use:

import com.atlassian.jira.component.ComponentAccessor 
import com.atlassian.jira.security.roles.ProjectRoleManager

def prm = ComponentAccessor.getComponent(ProjectRoleManager)
def status = issue.status.name
def isR1 = prm.isUserInProjectRole(currentUser, prm.getProjectRole("R1"), issue.projectObject)
def isR2 = prm.isUserInProjectRole(currentUser, prm.getProjectRole("R2"), issue.projectObject)

return (status == "ReadyForProd" && isR1) || (status == "DevReady" && isR2)

I hope this helps!

Hello ,
Sorry to not put this in the Question but I am actually using jira cloud and not jira server.

I believe the above script would work fine over the server but not on the cloud.

Thanks and Regards,

Danish Hussain Sabunwala

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