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Script Runner || Add/Remove Restrictions to Parent & Child Pages|| builtin script is not available

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Dear Team,

 

Unable to see below bulit-in script in confluence under Buit-in-Scripts

Add/Remove Restrictions to Parent & Child Pages

We can see all other Builtin-scripts (example: Copy page Tree..etc)

Script runner for confluence version: 5.6.14

Confluence version: 6.15

 

1 answer

Hi Shankar,

The reason you're not seeing the built in script is because 5.6.14  had a bug which was fixed in subsequent releases.  Upgrading to the latest version of ScriptRunner for Confluence will solve the problem.

 

Best,

Andra

ScriptRunner Marketing Team 

Thanks for your response Andra! Really appreciate it. But Adaptavist documentation still this scrip is appearing in 5.6.14 version.

 https://scriptrunner.adaptavist.com/5.6.14/confluence/builtin-scripts.html#_add_remove_restrictions_to_parent_child_pages

Also, is there any other options for Bulk apply permission feature for multiple pages?

Hi Shankar,

Regarding the first question. The built-in script is appearing in 5.6.14 , but due to the bug it is not visible to everyone. The bug was fixed in the next version. Our recommendation is to always upgrade to the latest version.

Regarding your second question, depending on what you're trying to achieve (please give more details), you can probably do it by writing and running a custom script.

 

Thanks,

Andra

ScriptRunner Marketing Team 

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