[Solved]How to import a JS file to velocity file (JIRA SERVER ) Edited

My atlassian-plugin.xml file 


<webwork1 key="test-import" name="TestImport" i18n-name-key="test-import.name">
<description key="test-import.description">The TestImport Plugin</description>
<actions>
<action name="com.atlassian.jake.jira.webwork.TestImportAction" alias="TestImportAction">
<view name="success">/templates/test-import/success.vm</view>
<view name="input">/templates/test-import/input.vm</view>
<view name="error">/templates/test-import/error.vm</view>
</action>
</actions>
</webwork1>
<web-resource name="helloworld" i18n-name-key="helloworld.name" key="helloworld">
<description key="helloworld.description">The helloworld Plugin</description>
<resource name="hello.js" type="download" location="js/hello.js"/>
</web-resource>



My hello.js file located in resources/js/hello.js:

$(function() {
alert("haha");
console.log("Sucessfully Reloaded")
});

My success.vm file :

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
<head>
<title>JavaScript - read JSON from URL</title>

$webResourceManager.requireResource("com.atlassian.jake.myPlugin:helloworld")
</head>

<body>

<header id="header" role="banner"></header>
<h1>Successfully</h1>
<p>Now it looks nice :)</p>
</body>
</html>







But when i load the plugin , it not run what in the js file.
Please help me

[Solve: It turns out that the js file have to be as the same name with the plugin name . I dont know why]

 

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Hi!

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