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How can I get modules of Jira Toolkit Plugin

I think that Jira Toolkit Plugin has some functionality I need in my script. So I try to get it's modules like described here 



And I don't know which modules is in the plugin.  I mean that in docs said that I have to annotate class with @PluginModule to inject it from plugin to my script but where can I check which classes can be injected?

May be somewhere on the Jira server atlassian-jira-software-xxx-standalone/atlassian-jira/WEB-INF/ there is some pom.xml or manifest file where I can find which packages of Jira Toolkit are imported ?

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You could try to download and extract the files from the jar (go the marketplace plugin page, select version, then see all, then dowload the latest version as a .jar file).

Then either explore the various .class files to get some clues or take the extra step to decompile them in an IDE.

Thanks for advice.

And then I can use it's classes in my script? I mean if I'll find out that I need SomeClass from jar I can add it like this:


SomeClass object

And am I right that it means jira toolkit plugin is OSGI bundle which can export its services to my groovy script? 

I think it depends on the class.

Not every class is registered as a module.

It's like the difference between com.atlassian.jira.issue.IssueManager and com.atlassian.jira.issue.Issue. You can use Issue directly. But IssueManager has to be obtained via componentAccessor.

If the class has a constructor defined, you might be able to just call define it line

def someClassInstance = new SomeClass(contructorParameters)

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