Using Script Runner As A Service?

So I've used Script Runner to execute some custom code via a post-function and also written a few custom listeners. It's easy and straightforward. (Thanks for the great tool, Jamie.) Now I'm on a mission to craft a service that consumes some data and updates a few things in JIRA on a periodic (daily?) basis. I'd love to continue using script runner and write some more groovy to make it happen, but it looks like I'll instead have to create an actual JIRA service and write some java. is that truly the case? or can anyone think of some other creative alternatives?

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jobin, perrrrfect. you've redeemed yourself for all the times you've told me "you can't do that." ;)

and it seems this link has some good info for me as it applies to using groovy to make sql commands into my source data.

http://groovy.codehaus.org/Tutorial+6+-+Groovy+SQL

Great. Let us start from a clean state then. Looking forward to the next question ;)

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