Where do I find Script Runner. I'm trying to find the Copy Project script.

I have created a project that I've configured to suit my worklfow etc. I have developed dashboards etc and it is working as requured to meet the specified business process. It has test issues etc in the project. I want to create a blank copy with a different name to the project with issues starting at number 1 for the actual live project for tracking the production issues. Can anyone please help/advise with this as it seems possible as I found reference to the Copy Project script but can't find where/how to actually run the script.

Thanks,

Mark

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I have resolved to recreating the duplicate projects manually by bringing in the issue types, work flows, screens, roles and permission schemes I created for the initial project. It is not too onerous but I want to test is has worked so I'll create another test first and if okay them I'll know the other projects are ready for my actual "production" run. Appreciate the responses and suggestions from Nic and Jamie.

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https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.onresolve.jira.groovy.groovyrunner

then Click on 'Administration', and expand the 'Options and settings' category, then choose 'Script Runner', and then

https://jamieechlin.atlassian.net/wiki/display/GRV/Built-In+Scripts#Built-InScripts-CopyProject

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Thanks Nic. I've just had a look at this and it's not available for OnDemand (I should have stipulated that). Is there anything similar for OnDemand or do I have to create a new project from scratch and then usie all the schemes I have set up in the first project?

Cheers.

Ah, no, nothing I know of, sorry.

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Thanks for trying, really appreciate it. I guess I have to do it the long way! Cheers.

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Thanks for trying, really appreciate it. I guess I have to do it the long way! Cheers.

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