I've coded up a simple example for you to use here:
import com.atlassian.jira.component.ComponentAccessor //Get appropriate managers/handlers def commentManager = ComponentAccessor.getCommentManager() def authContext = ComponentAccessor.getJiraAuthenticationContext() //Define currentUser because it is not an available default def currentUser = authContext.getLoggedInUser() //Add comment to issue transitioned. The name on the comment will be the current user's name. //The boolean value delegates whether or not an event is fired. commentManager.create(issue, currentUser, "This is where the comment goes!", true)
Steps to use in transition:
The script that I provided above is a very simple example, but you can add more complex properties to the comment or add make a default user to be the commenter if you like (etc...). You can see other possible methods to use in the JIRA API.
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