userManager = ComponentAccessor.getUserManager()
preferencesManager = ComponentAccessor.getUserPreferencesManager()
Autowatch makes the user who makes an action, edit, transition, comment, etc. on the issue as a watcher on that issue. So he gets the updates from the issue that he has done some work. It is not limited to reporter or any other role.
Autowatch can be on or off, you cannot customize it.
Autowatch is a profile setting for each user. So the script you have is going through all the users and setting the autowatch to false.
As Vijay says, the script you found is for disabling the autowatch preference.
I can't think of a trivial way to do what you want... you could remove the watch in a listener but as the autowatch service is also a listen you have no guarantees about order.
Why do you want to deactivate autowatching for the reporter?
There is a possibility to desactivate the autowatch for all the users on Jira, but I want to disable only for a project. I understand that it's against the concept of JIRA.
On my projects, on my issues, all the users who are putting comments, automatically become watchers. And I don't want to send notifications for all the users who have commented.
I want to customize by workflow the users who must be watcher. Then, notifications could be sent to the proper person.
The problem is that every new user inherit the global preferences that allows autowatch. Each new user must desactivate that. But I want to do it automatically whitout asking each user.....
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