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I'm using your plugin to get the information I need, so far it's working great, but I need to edit values directly in the database, I will do so in a closed test environment, but how can I get the actual SQL query for the database using your syntax, is there anywhere where I can go to get this?
I can't help you with the add-on, I've only ever used it for read, but a word of warning on editing JIRA databases - don't. You have to understand them completely if you want a working JIRA afterwards, you must never change it while JIRA is running, and in most cases, you will need to do a re-index after restarting.
Thank you for the info, is there any way to see where it is getting a value, my sql is as follows, SELECT resolved FROM issues WHERE ID = 12345, this results in the value I need, but cannot trace it back to the actual database, so I need to know how the plugin is getting the value from the database itself.
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