Facade implementation for script fields

Lets assume that there are 50 script fields in my JIRA instance. I want to implement facade for these fields. So that all script fields have same file in their script file locations. In this main script file we can have logic so that it can navigate to required script field. So I can achieve this by creating this Main Grroovy script file and Classes for all script fields. So in main file I can call methods of Script field Classes. My concern is, in main file how is it possible to know that which class should execute. I mean to say that I can I know for which field the script is executing

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Hi,

You can know which field is executing by looking at "customField", which is available in the binding.

Hi, thanks for your response.

Can you please tell me what is mean by Binding?

 

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Hi, thanks for your response.

Can you please tell me what is mean by Binding?

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