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Scriptrunner BitBucket Merge Check API

We are using the Adaptist Script runner plugin in Bitbucket. Specifically the Script Post Hooks, Script Merge Checks and Script Event Handlers features.

I wanted to ask a couple questions:

1. Where on the server does the inline script and properties get saved\stored once a new check item is added? I cannot find the location of the inline script in the application data. What file format is it save? (if it is a file)

2. Does Scriptrunner have an API to monitor when the settings\configs change? e.g. if someone decided to disable a merge check by un-ticking a repository or changing the inline script. I would like to be able to monitor this.


Much appreciated.

Thank you.

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Robert Giddings [Adaptavist]
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Mar 03, 2020

Hi @gianpcruz 

I am the Product Manager for ScriptRunner for Bitbucket and thank you for using the product.

Here are my answers:

1. Inline scripts are saved in the Bitbucket database.

2. Regarding audit logging we currently have this, which hooks into Bitbucket's native audit logging:

I hope this helps answer your questions regarding the product?

Please let me know if you have any more?

Kind regards,

Robert Giddings,

Product Manager for ScriptRunner for Bitbucket

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