You can create a file named service1.groovy with the following content
Then you put this file to <JIRA_HOME_DIRECTORY>/scripts/groovy
and then you configure a service in JIRA. You can read here how to configure it:
When you need to provide a groovy script file provide the following line
That is it. You will see in atlassian-jira.log file "service completed". Then change service1.groovy as you wish to meet your buisness goal.
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