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Using java library in Scriptrunner

Is it possible to install somewhere jar-files to use them in Scriptrunner?

My example: I want to use HTMLUnit in my groovy script so that it'll be possible to write smth like

import com.gargoylesoftware.htmlunit.*;
import com.gargoylesoftware.htmlunit.html.*;

Or get classes with Grab.

Where should I upload files from that library? Or that's not correct?

 

Thanks for your attention. 

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Hi @Tatyana Dakukina , yeah I'm using @Grab. If the dependency is not downloaded automatically, you need to install it under maven dependencies on your Server. Usually (~/.m2) folder.

You can use mvn install:install-file command (https://intellipaat.com/community/6786/how-to-add-local-jar-files-to-a-maven-project).

I'm using following code and it works smoothly:)

@Grab('com.xlson.groovycsv:groovycsv:1.3')
import static com.xlson.groovycsv.CsvParser.parseCsv

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