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How to modify a custom class in scriptrunner

Hi,

I want to write some commonly used code as a package.

So I refer this https://scriptrunner.adaptavist.com/latest/jira/#_script_roots 

and do some test.

Here I get some problem.

First, I add new groovy in Script Editor

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and test it on Script Console 

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it worked as expected

 

But, when I modify Bollo.groovy as "hello sailor!!!" to ""hello" and save it.

And test it on Script Console again, it still print "hello sailor!!!"

 

Whatever I modify Bollo.groovy in Script Editor, it still print the same result.

Can anyone help me to modify a custom class in scriptrunner. Thanks a lot.

JIRA version : v8.5.1

Scriptrunner version: 5.6.15.1-p5

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Go to your Built-In script section and select "Clear Groovy classloader or Jira internal cachesHelp"

Then select Groovy class loader and click Run

I think this is perhaps a bug with the ScriptEditor. When I edit scripts directly in the filesystem (or sync them with winscp) then those classes are automatically re-loaded. 

But when I edit them in the Script Editor, I find that I have to clear the class loader.

Hi @Peter-Dave Sheehan ,

It works! 

Thank you!

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