I want to user Adaptavist Script runner for Jira to create some extra functionlities in combination with some Tempo Timesheets features.
Using the instructions on 'setting up a dev environment', I can develop and debug a running Jira instance. There's also instructions how to install Jira Software or Service desk.
But what steps can I take have also an add-on such as Tempo Timesheets installed in this dev environment? Should I request an evaluation key ? Or should I debug against a dedicated Dev/test environment instead of the maven-best local environment?
You can use pluginArtifacts section to install additional plugins - see https://developer.atlassian.com/docs/developer-tools/working-with-the-sdk/about-amps-build-options/amps-build-configuration-reference
The problem you will probably have is tempo is probably not in any public maven repo, so you would need to install it locally using mvn install:install-file (or deploy if you have your own nexus or artifactory etc).
Also note that https://developer.atlassian.com/market/add-on-licensing-for-developers/timebomb-licenses-for-testing - the first key will work with any marketplace-licensed addon for 3 hours. 3 hours is the same as the host licence, so should not be too painful.
These three commands might help you (you need to run once atlas debug and configure to take the dump)
thanks for the reply. I got it working with your help, although a bit differently.
1. start jira on my dev machine: 'atlas-mvn jira:debug'
2. Create some test projects & issues
3. Go to manage add-ons, install the Tempo timesheets add-on . It accepts the license key from my production server ID (I didn't expect that). Create some more test data.
4. shutdown this dev jira.
5. run atlas-create-home-zip and copy the zipfile to some src\resources directory
6. add productDataPath to pom.xml
--- now the trickier stuff: this zipfile doesn't contain the plugins I installed manually in step 3. Don't know if this can be automated somewhere in the pom.xml, so a manual workaround:
7. copy the tempo plugin .jar files from target\jira\home\plugins\installed-plugins to some other backup directory
8. delete the entire target directory
9. run atlas-debug again.
10. while booting, copy the jar files from backup dir to target\jira\home\plugins\installed-plugins
Then it works for me.
As far as Ican see, that atlass-install-plugin command only installs the 'current' plugin, not any other existing plugin from the marketplace.
An way to automate steps 7 onwards would be nice, but I have enough to get started . thanks
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