I've used JIRA before to manage issues related to a software project, what it was designed to do, but did not know it could be used in this capacity. My question is then, is there anyone out there who is doing this—using JIRA Core to basically replace an existing application's backend? The existing system is fairly complex and tracks many attributes for both "requests" and "assets" that are not part of JIRA "tasks" and "subtasks" out of the box.
Thoughts? Resources on extending/customizing data in JIRA? Thanks.
Although I think what you are looking after is theoretically possible, have you looked into building this using existing Jira apps and customizing Jira with Groovy scripts?
Have you e.g. made your research on Insight, the asset management app?
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