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How to get issue's 'request.channel.type' property with jira api

Hi All,

    I want to get an issue's 'request.channel.type' property to judge which way created issue with jira api, I know the jira rest api can help me do it, and I tried use following way to do it in scriptrunner

ComponentAccessor.getComponent(JsonEntityPropertyManager.class).get("IssueProperty",issueId).get("request.channel.type")

this way only be useful for issue that I have created, but I need to judge it when I get issue create event, so anyone can help me ? Thanks!

1 answer

Hello @Mack Chen

Try this

def user = ComponentAccessor.getJiraAuthenticationContext().getLoggedInUser()

def issue = ComponentAccessor.getIssueManager().getIssueObject("TEST-1")

IssuePropertyService issuePropertyService = ComponentAccessor.getComponentOfType(IssuePropertyService.class)
def entityProperty = issuePropertyService.getProperty(user, issue.id, "request.channel.type").getEntityProperty()

Thanks @Mark Markov, I tried this way, and the result is the same as the way I have showed, it's useful for issue that I have created, when issue create event trigger my groovy, I want to get this issue's 'request.channel.type'

The thing is that this property filling after ISSUE_CREATED event. This is how service desk api works.

As workaround, you can create listener on ISSUE_UPDATED event and catch whenever this field gets value.

@Mark Markov the code works perfect!!! Thanks,

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