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how to clear confluence groovy classloader cache preferably using code

my plugin only gets reloaded if i'm disabling and the enabling the scriptrunner plugin.

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Yoga Reddy {Appfire}
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Sep 08, 2019 • edited

Hi @Ron Elazar 

Please verify this following link and follow the discussion. Hope it might be helpful to you



Hi @Yoga Reddy {Appfire}  ,

Thanks for the prompt reply , yet this is not what i'm looking for since i want developers to be able to work on their code , and restart after every change is not a viable solution.

One of the challenges would be if you ran something in the scriptrunner console, clearing the cache would also clear the class for the script you are running.

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