Enhance and automate JIRA workflows, JQL functions, custom fields, listeners and more using Groovy
ScriptRunner for JIRA provides administrators with an in-line editor where you can write groovy scripts. It also allows admins and power users to quickly extend JIRA functionality to support your business processes in your workflows, without the hassle of writing a fully-fledged Add-on.
We provide a number of commonly used scripts out of the box or you can write your own to extend JIRA with scripted fields, tap into JIRA event handlers, listen for specified JQL queries and act on them automatically, enhance your reports with our extended JQL functions (like hasLinks, hasComments, hasAttachments or subTasksof).
Enhance and automate Bitbucket Server (aka Stash) projects, repositories and Git workflows using Groovy Extend Confluence menus, panels, macros and events using Groovy
ScriptRunner for Bitbucket Server provides administrators with an in-line editor where you can write groovy scripts. It also allows admins and power users to quickly extend Bitbucket Server functionality to support your Git workflows, without the hassle of writing a fully-fledged Add-on. ScriptRunner for Confluence provides administrators with an in-line editor where you can write groovy scripts. It also allows admins and power users to quickly extend Confluence functionality to support your company preferences, without the hassle of writing a fully-fledged add-on.
We provide a number of commonly used scripts out of the box to ease your project and repository administration or you can write your own to extend Bitbucket Server Pre and Post Receive Hooks, tap into Bitbucket event handlers or conditionally automate your Pull Request approver lists. We also allow you to mirror any existing repositories you have in Bitbucket Cloud or GitHub so you can see all of them in one place in Bitbucket Server. We provide a number of commonly used scripts out of the box to ease your project and repository administration or you can write your own to extend Confluence with scripted macros, tap into Confluence event handlers, listen for specified CQL queries and act on them automatically. Add new options to your Tools menu and customise your Confluence instance. Add your own pop-up AUI flags and dialogs, show conditional banner messages on certain spaces or to particular groups of users, include JavaScript and CSS in scripted contexts.