Run groovy script from linux command line

When i have many scripts to run it gets annoying to copy/past on the "script console runner" on the JIRA web service.
I would like to run jira groovy script from shell script.

Is it possible to do it and how can i do ?

Regards,

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I have the following defined as an external tool in IDEA... you can use something similar from a batch script:

curl -u admin:admin --header "X-Atlassian-token: nocheck" -X POST --data "scriptFile=$FilePathRelativeToSourcepath$" http://localhost:8080/jira/rest/scriptrunner/latest/user/exec/

Thanks,

I am going to try it.

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