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How to set the "Target Release" field in Java

Hi,

 

How can I set the "Target Release" field using the Atlassian Java API - jira-rest-java-client-core (v: 5.2.1) ?

This field within the UI to create an issue appears as a custom field

<div class="field-group" >
<label for="customfield_12311240">Target Release</label>
<select class=" select" id="customfield_12311240" name="customfield_12311240" data-remove-null-options="true">
<option value="-1" selected="selected">Unknown</option>
<optgroup label="Unreleased Versions">
<option value="12345960">2.3.0.GA</option>
<option value="12346085">2.2.8.GA</option>
<option value="12346388">2.1.15.GA</option>
</optgroup>
...
</select>
<div class="description">Target release this issue is proposed/approved to be solved in.</div>
</div>

 

We can create an IssueInputBuilder using the following code 

IssueRestClient cl = restClient.getIssueClient();

IssueInputBuilder iib = new IssueInputBuilder();
iib.setProjectKey("ENTSBT");
iib.setSummary(release.getTitle());

But now, How can we set the field "Target Release" ? Using "setFieldInput(new FieldInput(" ?

 

Regards

 

Charles

 

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