I'm trying to package some Groovy code to be used by a ScriptRunner script during a workflow.
I've got a Script plugin configured which seems to be loaded and enabled, but I am unable to access the class.
When I examine the jar file, I see a lot of classes but not my Groovy classes. My pom.xml does include a plugin.scripts.roots parameter to the maven-jira-plugin that references the directory including my Groovy code.
During the build, I see a message regarding "Skipping OBR generation... no OSGI bundle manifest instructions found in pom.xml". Do I need to include some?
I had put my code under "src/main/groovy" but the Script plugin really wants it under "src/main/resources". Now my scripts appear in the jar.
And was able to try to execute a test script to access it. But now it fails with a null pointer exception.
So I guess we can consider this question answered.
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