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def issue = event.issue as issue in groovy. error

def issue = event.issue as issue in groovy. A error saying event is not declared for class is coming. I dont know what the problem is. I am trying to get the current issue key which is created after create issue event.

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Steven Behnke Community Leader Apr 09, 2018

You need to tag your question with scriptrunner if you expect the vendor to help. 

You're trying to cast 'event.issue' as an Issue but you haven't imported the Issue class. So the error is obvious. 

Add

import com.atlassian.jira.issue.Issue 

to the top of your script and it will no longer cause an issue.

Hello @Meena Sabnivisu and @Steven Behnke ,

I am facing the same error even though I have imported Issue Class. Please let me know how to fix it. script runner version: 6.5.0. Jira version: 8.5.0

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