I developed a custom groovy listener class and now my admin wants me to deploy it outside the jira classpath so that jira upgrade becomes easy. I can deploy the class in the classpath as @jamie echlindescribes in his groovy script listener doc and got it working. Elsewhere (from Jamies comment may 2013) I read it is not possible to deoploy the custom classes outside the classpath. Is there any solution/work around here?
Have you tried specifying an alternate path as the resource directory?
If you would like to separate out your scripts from jira, as of 2.0.3 you can you use the system property plugin.resource.directories which is a comma-delimited list of paths. Eg in setenv.sh you might add:
Hi Eddie, sorry for the delayed reply. But I'm sure I won't allowed to try those options on the production server. We have ~5K users and hard to convince those in charge to let me tweak around. I appreciate your answer. But the link you posted denied me permission to view the page the day you replied but today its opening fine (from home win7+chrome). Thx.
Hi Sri - you can use "Continue Discussion" to add additional comments to this answer. (posting as new answers loses the "thread" of discussion).
As far as the change - we support 10,000+ users, but we have non-prod environments where we 'tweak around' things. I must assume the same about your company?
The directive I linked to is a pretty safe way to expand the list of OS Paths on the JVM's "classpath" (I think it is actually technically a distinct classpath used only for plugin bundles, so he chnage/risk is even smaller) -- I (even in a 50,000 employee company) am authorized to make those types of changes as long as they are tested, reviewed, and approved. Surely so is someone on your side.
You are looking for alternatives to move code out of the INSTAL_DIR for JIRA, and to do so you will need to _somehow_ alter the classpath used by JIRA due to the issue Jamie expressed.
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