Adaptavist provides documentation about extending Jira functionality through groovy scripts. Unfortunately, it's not clear what bindings can be used where.
Different bindings are used inconsistently and some are missed, so figuring out what can be used and what cannot be is guesswork.
For example, documented bindings for https://scriptrunner.adaptavist.com/latest/jira/scripted-fields.html#_scripting scripted fields.
To get access to custom field value I need to use getCustomFieldValue, besides such key binding as issue is missed altogether.
Now, documented bindings for workflow scripts https://scriptrunner.adaptavist.com/latest/jira/builtin-scripts.html#_technical_stuff_for_advanced_users
To get access to custom field value I need to use cfValues, and way more shortcuts compared to what I allegedly can use in script fields.
Is there a cheat-sheet/document that outlines bindings for different scripts to eliminate/minimize the guesswork.
Console these bindings
Built-in scripts: these bindings
Transition scripts: these bindings
Scripted fields: these and so on
In every Script Area there is a ? symbol that will gives you a dialog with the available binding in the specific context
You mentioned that Different bindings are used inconsistently and some are missed. Do you have an example ? Maybe is something that we missed somewhere and we have to include it.
That is interesting. Thank you, this functionality does not work for me on Chrome OS;
also, Ctrl + Space shortcut does not work on Chrome OS as it reserved (and can not be changed) to change the input method (from EN to DE for example)
If this info is available by pressing on (?) and you guys have it, why it is not part of the documentation?
Chrome Version: Version 75.0.3770.61 (Official Build) beta (64-bit)
An example of the inconsistency is that at workflow there is cfValues and getCustomFieldValue in script fields. But this is just an example.
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