Hello scripting experts,
I have an example script which shall run as a JIRA service. Code:
def message = "Hello Scriptrunner, this is a Test" log.info message; log.debug message; log.error message; println message; return message;
The script is physically existing in the file system.
Executing the file over the "Script Console" works as expected.
Now I created a JIRA service, strictly using the documentation and the FAQ from this board. As schedule I chose "Daily every 15 minutes" because I wanted to see something in the log.
However, the service is not running. In atlassian-jira.log and catalina.out, there is no indication, that it tries to run. Altough I see other services, for example "Git Repository Imports", there is nothing about the Scriptrunner.
My system is a JIRA 7.0.10, Scriptrunner 22.214.171.124 on SLES 11.
What can I do to get the service run regularly?
The 'from this board' link is missing so I suppose you mean https://scriptrunner.adaptavist.com/latest/jira/services.html. I can see your script all it does is trying to log a message. You said that you used the same script in script console so does this mean that you actually saw the logs or just the 'return message'. What I am trying to say is, do you have logs for SR enabled ?
thanks for your reply. Yes, I took the documentation you linked to.
As suggested in https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/181197 I modified my script in Line 1 with
For the next run, I took again "Every 15 minutes" in the service-configuration.
Now I can see some executions, but definitely not every 15 minutes. It may execute - but not guaranteed.
Here is the example log. The expected run at 9:30 was not logged:
catalina.out.2016-02-18-13-08-41:2016-02-18 09:15:00,118 Caesium-1-3 ERROR anonymous Groovy-Sync [onresolve.scriptrunner.runner.ScriptRunnerImpl] Hello Scriptrunner, this is a Test catalina.out.2016-02-18-13-08-41:2016-02-18 09:45:00,157 Caesium-1-3 INFO anonymous Groovy-Sync [onresolve.scriptrunner.runner.ScriptRunnerImpl] Hello Scriptrunner, this is a Test
Maybe another detail: It's a JIRA Data Center.
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