How to copy a agile board using Java API?

I am developing an add-on (Jira 7.5+) that can create project based on the customer actions. The project is created using a template but it happens that the project can be a software project so I have to create a board based that project too. While it is possible to create a board programatically I can not find a way to copy  a existing board including the configuration. Moreover as far as I know there is no way to configure a given board using Java API.

I am aware that it does exist a REST API that does what I am asking for but since the add-on will run on the server side I am not able to make an authenticated REST call without storing somewhere an user and password for it.


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I managed to copy a agile board doing this:

First adding greenhopper dependency to my add-on pom.xml:


Next I have to get the RapidBoardService within my class:

RapidViewService rapidViewService = (RapidViewService) ComponentAccessor.getOSGiComponentInstanceOfType(RapidViewService.class);

RapidViewService has a method for fully copying a rapidview:

rapidViewService.copy(user, board)

Hello @Antonio Dionisio, which JIRA version do you use?

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Have you already explored this - ?

For example, package com.pyxis.greenhopper.jira.boards


ithis is my code ,but it's not work

what should i do?

i have the same problem with you ,i add the code to pom.xml,certainty l failed.

You'll need to describe your problem better than "it failed".

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