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download jar for ComponentAccessor

Can someone give me a link to download the jar containing the class ComponentAccessor (com.atlassian.jira.component.Class ComponentAccessor)?

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I am on client side, and need to check if Greenhopper is installed or not at a given endpoint of JIRA server. If it's installed I will make further REST API calls to get the data I need.

Answer to @Gabor Nagy [Midori]:

Got it. Now, I want to get all boards (using a non-public REST API), but I'm stuck with this problem: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/19141866

Answer to @Nic Brough [Adaptavist]:

Your second option describes my situation. Restating from my original text: I am on client side, and need to check if Greenhopper is installed or not at a given endpoint of JIRA server. If it's installed I will make further REST API calls to get the data I need.

Moving ahead without jar, now I'm facing the following issue: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/19141866

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Just try to access the (non-public) JIRA Agile REST API and you can see if it is installed or not. Check some docs here: https://developer.atlassian.com/jiradev/api-reference/jira-agile-api-reference

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Nic Brough Community Leader Jul 05, 2015

Why are you trying to download the .jar?

There are three things you might be writing here:

  1. A Connect addon 
  2. Something external to JIRA that talks to JIRA over REST
  3. A JIRA addon

In the first two cases, the .jar is not needed because you're not coding directly in JIRA and you need to use the REST API to get to the data

In the third case, you don't need to download it, just include the right references in your pom.xml and the SDK will handle it all for you.  (If you're not using the SDK, then you're making a lot of hard work for yourself)

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Nic Brough Community Leader Jul 05, 2015

Then your question is irrelevant, you don't need the component accessor, you have no access to it. Use the REST APIs as documented, and Gabor's point to see if Agile is installed.

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