I am working with scriptrunner/behaviours for several years now, using several server side scripts for the behaviours.
I upgraded the Scriptrunner plugin to v 3.1.4 (JIRA 6.3.12) , and since then I have weird problems when updating a behaviours server side script (behaviour - Edit Server script - Update). The changes in the script are not considered, It seems JIRA continues to work with the old script.
I made some drastic changes (renamed the method!), and the Update even does not give any errors ?
I verified the file path is correct (I renamed the file, and effectively, the Update returns an error indicating the file isn't there anymore).
Is there anything else to do ? Any idea ?
Additional info: I stopped and restarted Jira: now the modified script is used. But when I modify the script again (and then go to the behaviours, Edit Server script, Update), these modifications are NOT taken into account
HOW SHOULD I UPDATE THE SCRIPT without stopping/restarting JIRA ???
One of these two things usually fixes this for me.
1) do a SHIFT-RELOAD on the JIRA issue before proceeding. This will force a reload and not use any locally cached js.
2) In the old version there was a "clear the script cache " link.. Well i used that so much I had it bookmarked.. while that link is not in the newer scriptrunner, it still works.
http://<your JIRA URL>/secure/admin/Behaviours.jspa?clearCache=true&atl_token=<YOUR ALT TOKEN>
if you leave the alt token off it will just ask you to confirm who you are before it continues.
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