The Adaptavist Library is a curated collection of tailor-made scripts designed to enable Atlassian users to leverage Adaptavist products to create automations and perform complex customisations.
What can I use the Adaptavist Library for?
The Library contains scripts across many different features of ScriptRunner, from advanced Post Functions and Behaviours to simple Snippets of code which can be used to create custom solutions.
The Adaptavist Library provides an array of out-of-the-box functionality, all you need to do is simply copy and paste one of the pre-written scripts straight into ScriptRunner. One of the best aspects of the library is that most of the hard work is already done for you, it is just a matter of selecting the functionality you need.
With the Adaptavist Library you can:
Leverage ready-made automation scripts across all ScriptRunner products
Maximise the value of Adaptavist Apps to carry out complex customisations with confidence
Put best standards in place for data compliance, auditing, and company regulations
What platforms does it support?
The Adaptavist Library currently provides code suitable for use on Server and Cloud platforms, with the aim to expand to Data Center in the near future.
How do I create an account?
First you need to create an account to access the content in the library. Simply click the Create Library link in the header and then enter your e-mail address and password, you will then receive a verification e-mail. Once your email is verified you can start using the Adaptavist Library.
Do I need to pay to access the library?
No, you don't need to pay for a licence to access Adaptavist Library, it is free.
Once I sign up, how do I use it?
Once you've signed up, simply find the Collection or Script that you want, and choose the relevant ScriptRunner Platform (Cloud, Server,tc.). For additional support on getting the most from the library you can access the ScriptRunner documentation (scriptrunner.adaptavist.com), or contact Adaptavist directly.
What is the difference between a 'collection' and a 'script'?
A 'script' is a piece of code that provides a type of functionality in ScriptRunner, you can copy the code and paste it in ScriptRunner's console to build the functionality you need. A 'collection' is a group of dedicated scripts that all provide similar functionality.
What script collections are available?
Currently script collections support ScriptRunner for JIRA Server and Cloud. Support for Apps for Confluence Server, Confluence Cloud, Bitbucket Server, and Bamboo Server will be released soon.
Is the library just for developers?
The Adaptavist Library is built for everyone. The aim of the library is to provide users with ready made scripts to minimise time spent writing code from scratch. Whether you're a pro developer, a complete beginner or a non-technical Jira admin, the Adaptavist Library is easy-to-use and will help you unlock new opportunities using your Adaptavist apps.
How regularly are scripts updated or added to the library?
We aim to continuously expand our library with new script solutions, if you would like to contribute to this please contact us using our dedicated feedback form.
If I experience an issue how can I get help?
If you experience an issue using the Adaptavist Library, please contact the support portal service desk for the product in question (e.g. ScriptRunner for Jira) and raise a ticket. Please include a link to the Adaptavist Library page you are experiencing issues with and provide a short description of the problem and Adaptavist support will get in touch.
Please note that the Adaptavist Library is a free service and as yet does not have a dedicated support portal therefore please use the individual product support desk to raise a query.
Can I share my own scripts in the library?
We are actively looking for anyone who has their own script examples they'd like to share. If you want to share your ScriptRunner awesomeness with the community, please contact us using our dedicated feedback form.
How long will the library's beta phase last?
We will keep you informed every step of the way so stay tuned to learn more about our future plans for the Adaptavist Library. In the meantime, please give your feedback using our dedicated feedback form.