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JQL configuration in Linux

Team,

whats the purpose of the jar "jql-scheduler-0.1.0.jar" ? is this required to be installed for using jql in the jira filters? I have my jar file installed in my dev box and have created new mounts to be used, 2 things wihch I need to know

1. Whats the purpose of that jar "jql-scheduler-0.1.0.jar"? is this the main source for jql to be used in jira filters?

2. If i need to change the scheduler path from one to another, how do I update it? 

sorry that am new to jira and trying to understand the gaps. Appreciate if you can advice how to insall the jar and update the jql path from one to another? 

 

Regards

Sriram S 

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Why do you think you need to know?

The .jar file is part of a package that you have chosen to install, as are thousands of other files.  Rather than try to dive into why it is there as part of a (let's face it, very complex) piece of software you want to use, take a step back.  Why are you asking?  What are you trying to achieve by "changing the JQL path"?

Am trying to install JQL in one of my server for me to use the filters. I want to build the source code and deploy to the server and for me to do that, i'd like to understand the feature of it so that i can use it wisely. regard to the path, it is currently installed in one mount point, which I want to change to new mount on a (same or diff server, still finalizing). If I need to do change the path, how do I update the path? Do I need to update the part in the jar itself or how can that be done? 

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