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    Execute Groovy scripts in SIL® Engine

    Execute Groovy scripts in SIL® Engine

    Execute Groovy scripts in SIL® Engine

    More details

    This is a plugin for Atlassian Jira Server. It can be used only if the SIL engine is installed in your Jira instance.

    The SIL engine is provided by cPrime and can be installed from the following link:

    https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/373929/sil-engine-for-power-apps?hosting=server&tab=overview

    The SIL Groovy Script Runner plugin adds the executeGroovyScript routine to SIL. You can pass a groovy script to this routine and the script will be executed.

    Plugin usage:

    1. Create a script in SIL manager:

    You can find more information about SIL manager here:

    https://confluence.cprime.io/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=6560092

    2. Add the executeGroovyScript routine to your SIL script:

    runnerLog(executeGroovyScript("return 'Hello World!'"));

    The issue variable is available within groovy scripts. The issue variable contains the reference to the issue, under which the script is being executed.

    Your script would look like this:

    runnerLog(executeGroovyScript("return issue.getKey()"));

    More details

    This is a plugin for Atlassian Jira Server. It can be used only if the SIL® Engine is installed in your Jira instance.

    The SIL® Engine is provided by Cprime and can be installed from the following link:

    https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/373929/sil-engine-for-power-apps?hosting=server&tab=overview

    The SIL® Groovy Script Runner plugin adds the executeGroovyScript routine to SIL®. You can pass a groovy script to this routine and the script will be executed.

    Plugin usage:

    1. Create a script in SIL® manager:

    You can find more information about SIL® manager here:

    https://confluence.cprime.io/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=6560092

    2. Add the executeGroovyScript routine to your SIL® script:

    runnerLog(executeGroovyScript("return 'Hello World!'"));

    The issue variable is available within groovy scripts. The issue variable contains the reference to the issue, under which the script is being executed.

    Your script would look like this:

    runnerLog(executeGroovyScript("return issue.getKey()"));

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    by Michail Vasilyev on 2019-04-26
    In fact it's possible to run groovy code stored in separate file even now: * You should save your groovy code to SIL template file in KEPLER_HOME directory; * There may be context variables' inclusions within the template, like $key$ or $project$; * Then you convert that groovy template to string code in your SIL script with executeTemplate("/path/to/groovy_template.file"); * And then you run that string code in your SIL script with executeGroovyScript routine. I've tested that practice and I confirm that it works. But nevertheless it would be much appreciated to introduce groovy files running out-of-the-box, maybe as a separate executeGroovyFile routine.
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    Thank you for the proposed way to execute groovy files!

    Yes, I was thinking about adding the executeGroovyFile routine.

    by Alexey Matveev on 2019-04-10
    Hello Oleksandr, You can run fully fledged groovy code, import classes, use loops and so on. Though It is no possible right now to run a groovy script from a file, but I will add this feature. If you want to continue this discussion, you can create an issue here https://github.com/alexey-matveev-atlas/sil-groovy-runner/issues and we will discuss it
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    by Олександр Полинкевич on 2019-04-10
    Is there way to run fully fledged groovy code, for instance import classes like "ComponentAccessor", use loops and so on? Is it possible to run groovy script from file, for instance: executeGroovyScript("myscript.groovy")?
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    by Денис Шестов on 2019-08-09
    Ну круто же! Что еще сказать! Круто! ;)
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    Versions

    Version 1.0.6 Jira Server 7.4.0 - 8.3.5 Released 2019-07-03

    Summary

    Bug fixes

    Versions

    Version 1.0.6 Jira Data Center 7.4.0 - 8.2.6 Released 2019-07-03

    Summary

    Bug fixes

    Installation

    1. Log into your Jira instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new apps or Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate SIL® Groovy Connector via search. Results include app versions compatible with your Jira instance.
    5. Click Install to download and install your app.
    6. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

    To find older SIL® Groovy Connector versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

    1. Log into your Jira instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new apps or Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate SIL® Groovy Connector via search. Results include app versions compatible with your Jira instance.
    5. Click Install to download and install your app.
    6. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

    To find older SIL® Groovy Connector versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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