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Defining a class to be used in groovy scripts

Siavosh Kasravi
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Oct 11, 2020

Is there a way to define a groovy class somewhere and import it when needed in a groovy script in ScriptRunner for example?

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Raziman Dom - Ricksoft
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Oct 12, 2020 • edited

Yup, you can do that.

Create a new class using ScriptRunner Script Editor

Screenshot 2020-10-13 at 12.48.17 AM.png

Then you can call it on Script Console:

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If you created the script in a new folder, please make sure to follow this guide to import the class.

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