How to get url currently displayed on browser

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For JIRA sometimes (from Custom Field, Tabs, ect) you can use:

public static String getBaseUrl() {

    HttpServletRequest req = JiraWebUtils.getHttpRequest();

    return req.getScheme().concat("://").concat(req.getServerName()).concat(":").concat(Integer.toString(req.getServerPort())).concat(req.getContextPath()); }

you can get using javascript

var pathname = window.location.pathname;

check this

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/406192/how-to-get-the-current-url-in-javascript

With Javasacript l can only problem is will this work when for example l want the content as PDF because l need to use the current displayed URL in a condition in a user macro

Where? In a user macro? In a macro or plugin? In JavaScript on the page?

With Javasacript l can only problem is will this work when for example l want the content as PDF because l need to use the current displayed URL in a condition in a user macro

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