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The Ghana Health Service says the health practitioner who administered the injections that are suspected to have led to three deaths at the New Senchi Health Centerin the Asuogyaman District of the Eastern Region, had been operating illegally.

According to the Service, the man, who has been identified asJames Yeboah, had not been authorised to offer such healthcare, and has been ordered to stop practising.

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“Indeed, he [James Yeboah] has been stopped from practising as he was not authorised by the Ghana Health Service at the national, regional or district [level] to conduct this activity in the facility. So he has been stopped from practising in that facility to make sure that he doesn’t put other people at risk,”Dr. Badu Sarkodie said.

Over the weekend, James Yeboah was arrested along with the manager of the facility,Simon Takeramah, who has since been granted bail.

The matter of suspected negligence resulted in the death of a 31-year-old man, a 42-year-old woman and a 78-year-old man.

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The FDA has said its preliminary investigations indicate that the deaths may have been caused by contaminated medication.

The FDA noted that the deceased persons suffered adverse reactions described as injection site abscess, skin necrosis and ulcers leading to the deaths.

“Preliminary investigations revealed that these reactions may be due to contaminated 0.9% Normal Saline, the solution which was used to reconstitute (mix) the Benzathine Penicillin Powder for Injection. The 0.9% Normal Saline Solution was reported to have been opened and used repeatedly for several days which might have resulted in the contamination,” a statement from the FDA explained.

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Hi there,

I have a numerical custom field, and I'm trying to increment its value through a workflow post function using the Script Runner plugin.

I know this has been asked and answered numerous times before, but I have yet to find a piece of code that actually works. I know very little about Groovy, so I've basically resorted to copy and paste.

This is what I currently have, which does nothing at all:

What am I doing wrong, and more importantly, what should I do instead? Any help is greatly appreciated.

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This worked perfectly - thanks Daniel!

So I have a status, In Progress which moves to Ready To Test. I want to track when a ticket goes back from Ready To Test to In Progress. How would I modify the above script to allow for that?

Add the above script as a post function in the transition from 'Ready To Test' to 'In Progress'.

Note that the method :

has now been deprecated.

Use getCustomFieldObject ( id) i nstead, and supply the Customfield Id instead of the name.

Maybe it can't be read inside the function:tgtField.updateValue(null, issue, new ModifiedValue(issue.getCustomFieldValue(tgtField), issue.getCustomFieldValue(tgtField) + 1),changeHolder);Have you tried changing the value before like this:def tgtField = customFieldManager.getCustomFieldObjects(issue).find { it.name == "Iterations"}def changeHolder = new DefaultIssueChangeHolder();def old_value = issue.getCustomFieldValue(tgtField)def new_value = old_value + 1tgtField.updateValue(null, issue, new ModifiedValue(old_value, new_value),changeHolder);

Sorry for all the edits, the format was all messed up.

Apologies for the late reply, but unfortunately that didn't work either.

Hi Eric! By any chance have you solved this problem? If so can you please post it on here?

@Daniel Micallef Hi Daniel - sorry to say, but I wasn't able to get it working. I eventually gave up on it because it wasn't terribly important.

Here is an updated example that also works for null values and has code comments!

import com.atlassian.jira.issue.CustomFieldManagerimport com.atlassian.jira.issue.fields.CustomFieldimport com.atlassian.jira.issue.util.DefaultIssueChangeHolderimport com.atlassian.jira.component.ComponentAccessorimport com.atlassian.jira.issue.ModifiedValue;//Update "Churn Number" to the name of your custom field.String customFieldName = "Churn Number";DefaultIssueChangeHolder changeHolder = new DefaultIssueChangeHolder();CustomFieldManager customFieldManager = ComponentAccessor.getCustomFieldManager();//Update "Churn Number" to the name of your custom field.CustomField cf = customFieldManager.getCustomFieldObjectByName("Churn Number");//NOTES: If the current value is 0 use 0 not null. If it is a real number use the real number.def currValue = (Double)cf.getValue(issue) ?: 0def newValue = currValue+1;cf.updateValue(null, issue, new ModifiedValue(currValue,newValue), changeHolder);

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