Using Groovy script to only start a single JIRA issue at a time for a user.

Hello everybody,

Does anyone know how to write a Groovy script and apply it to a JIRA system, so that only a single JIRA issue is allowed to be started at a time for a user? It means that if a user is currently having a JIRA issue XXX in "In Progress" status and he/she starts another JIRA issue YYY, the XXX issue is stopped before the YYY issue is started.

Thanks in advance.

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Haven't you, or another user, asked this exact question before?

At least it's not me who asked this question before. If you happen to know that it's repeated somewhere, could you send me the link to the previous question? Thanks!

At least it's not me who asked this question before. If you happen to know that it's repeated somewhere, could you send me the link to the previous question? Thanks!

Is there anyone knowing where to search for the similar question with this one which was posted before? Or knowing the answer and would like to share it? Thank you!

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