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how to use spring jdbc concept in plugin type2 in JIRA5 ?

Hi All,

Is it possible to use spring jdbc concept in pluging type2 of JIRA5 ?. We are implementing one service by using pluging type2 and in this plugin we have to connect to external databse, so now we are connecting with plain JDBC API, but for better approach we want to use spring JDBC teamplates or declarative concepts instead of plain JDBC API to connect database and perform operations. Is it possible, if yes, kindly provide us some samples or idea on this.

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Source code of JIRA database custom field - https://svn.atlassian.com/fisheye/browse/public/contrib/jira/jira-db-field/trunk

Might give you some clues (I have not seen the code myself).

Hi Renjith,

Thanks for your replay on this. Here my question is about spring only. i mean is it possible to use spring JDBC API in CUSTOM plugins intead of plain java JDBC API.

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