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Accessing tempo using Java


I'm trying to use java to get a custom field related to a worklog item, but I'm struggling to work out how to do this.

My guess is that I need to reference the tempo package in my POM to get extra methods available but I'm not sure where to start. All the documentation seems to point to REST APIs rather than anything meaningful in java.


Can anyone help point me in the right direction please? I'm using tempo version 8.0.2

The code I have at the moment is:


String onSite = (String) event.getWorklog().
.getCustomFieldValue(getCustomField("Onsite work"));


The getCustomFieldValue() method works great when getting a custom field related to a JIRA issue, but not to the worklog.





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Alexey Matveev
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Feb 20, 2018 • edited

I did not try it, but I think I would do it the following way.

1. Download the obr file

2. Unzip the obr file

3. Find a jar with the required service (the service must be exported by Tempo. You can find exported services in OSGI browser or in the Tempo plugin)

4. reference the jar in your pom.xml with scope provided.

5. Inject a service and use it in your plugin.

Great, thanks

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