Latest script runner Script Functions - files location


I've got JIRA 6.3.12 and the latest script runner.


I used to be able to add my script functions in the GUI by clicking add and specifying the location of the source code file. In the latest script runner - I cannot find a way to make my JIRA see my functions (modified its source code in accordance with the doc). I press "scan" and see: "Success. No functions added or removed.", and I can't see my function in the list of the function.


So, how do I point JIRA to my own .groovy scripted function? 



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It needs to be in the right package in one of your script roots - see and its parent page.

Hi, I just googled a little and found out the answer I wish the could find at the link you provided above. So, the information that would have helped - "1. Name your file exactly as your class is named; 2. Place that file into the package folder - com/onresolve/jira/groovy/jql inside your script roots folder" Thanks!

But that's just the rules for java/groovy... if I went into that level of detail on every page nobody would ever read it.

Thanks a lot!

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