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Scriptrunner Permissions in Jira Cloud

I want to set a Jira workflow properties such that fields in issues of a certain status may ONLY be changed by Scriptrunner, or at the very least by no human users (including myself).

This seems straightforward, setting "jira.permission.edit.user=<scriptrunner user>" in the workflow status properties.

HOWEVER, I can't figure out what the Scriptrunner "Add-On" User's user id is.  I can't figure out what groups it belongs to.  I can't add it to a new group.  When Scriptrunner has a post-function set to "Run As" the "Scriptrunner Add-On User", what does this mean in terms of permissions possible?

Is it part of atlassian-addons-admin?  I try to view this but the browser just spins and spins.



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Nevermind, I figured this out.  For this, use the user group "atlassian-addons-admin".  You can see all the groups for Scriptrunner by going to the Script Console and running


def accountId = get("/rest/api/3/myself").asObject(Object).body.accountId


as the Scriptrunner user.

Hopefully this helps someone else!

Thanks @Bill Bill, I was beating my head against the wall there for a bit.

Our system seems to use `atlassian-addons-project-access` for this.

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