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How to include Apache Poi dependency in Jira Plugin ?

Just putting this dependeny in the pom.xml file of a Jira Plugin crashes the whole application:


 First it says :

Failed to execute goal com.atlassian.maven.plugins:jira-maven-plugin:8.1.0:validate-banned-dependencies (default-validate-banned-dependencies) on project aanf-transformer: Some Enforcer rules have failed.

Why is this happening. I cannot execute lifecycle mvn install 

2 answers

@Albert Cameron The error message tells everything, version 5.0.0 has some banned dependencies, and it did not pass the verification.

Please downgrade to the version 4.x.x. This works for me on Jira Server 8.13.4


Wow amazing :) At least I can package it now :) What could be reason 


 is not working. But really thanks :)

When I upload it unfortunately I get another error:

Caused by: org.osgi.framework.BundleException: Unable to resolve de.myCompany.area27.myPlugin [269](R 269.0): missing requirement [de.myCompany.area27.myPlugin [269](R 269.0)] osgi.wiring.package; (osgi.wiring.package=com.github.luben.zstd) Unresolved requirements: [[de.myCompany.area27.myPlugin [269](R 269.0)] osgi.wiring.package;

If you open the pom.xml file, you will see the <import-package>. Please add the text ;resolution:="optional" after the symbol * as in the code.


wow. cool . It looks like the last line *;resolution:="optional"  made the difference . All the other was already in my pom.xml .

This is some configuration from the  jira-maven-plugin which caused all the trouble. Thanks a lot :)  

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