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Groovy Script Runner: Custom post function parameters Edited

The question relates to Adaptivist ScriptRunner.

I am developing custom postfunction which is essentially a groovy script implementing com.onresolve.scriptrunner.canned.CannedScript interface.

There is the List getParameters(Map params) method for script to render parameters inputs (like text inputs or select lists), for example

List getParameters(Map params) {
name : 'Field 1',
label : "Custom Field",
type : "list",
cssClasses : "aui-select2 long-field",
values : ListHelper.getCustomfields(true)
name : 'SimpleTextInput',
label : "Free text input",
description: "Description for free text input.",
type : "text"


I would like to put a default value in the text field above. How can I do that?

Also, where can I get the full list of all available options to define a parameter with some examples?

Sample project from provides even simpler method definition than the code above.



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I haven't found a good resource for this.

I generally decompile the jar and poke around.

I think for default value, you can set the "value" attribute.

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