I just found out that in my current gadget plugin project in the pom.xml the jira-version is 5.1.8:
<properties> <jira.version>5.1.8</jira.version> <amps.version>4.1.7</amps.version> <plugin.testrunner.version>1.1</plugin.testrunner.version> </properties>
But in our company we use 5.2.11#851....
Can I simply put 5.2.11 in the jira.version field or what?
I have tested it(with 5.2.11), and after that, I got some missing-library errors in Netbeans...
Or is there somewhere a official list of allowed jira-version numbers, that can be entered here?
Thanks for your help
And also if your've got dependency to atlassia-jira change the dependnecy to jira-api and jira-core as the atlassian-jira dependncy is deprecated
as Timothy said, you can use every version:
You can try to do it like this:
* Change JIRA version in the pom.xml
* Then run:
This should clean your sources and download the needed libs
I've not actually seen an "official" list, but I've used the SDK to build plugins varying between Jira 3.10 and 6.0. The same SDK kit!
Putting 5.2.11 in the version field should be absolutely fine, but when I've done it while upgrading plugins, I've found you often need to go back over your dependency lists in the rest of the pom.xml
Thank you all for the answer. I also found this Link, where the SDK really looks for downloading the jira versions: (also beta versions, kickass-versions etc ) https://maven.atlassian.com/content/groups/public/com/atlassian/jira/atlassian-jira-webapp/
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