Custom rest api is null Edited

Issue:

I've created a custom rest API call that works well when run within the sdk

http://jirasandbox:2990/jira/rest/custom/1.0/option/branch

which yields

"optionsValues": [

    "one",
    "two"
]

However, when installed on my production server

http://jira/rest/custom/1.0/option/branch

  jira responds with

<status>
        <status-code>404</status-code>
        <message>null for uri: http://jira/rest/custom/1.0/option/branch</message>
</status>

Nothing shows up in the jira log

These are my entry points

  • atlassian-plugin-xml
<rest key="customFieldOptionRESTpoint" path="/custom" version="1.0">
    <description>pick list custom fields</description>
</rest>`
  • class
@Path("/option")
public class CustomFieldOption {
    
    @GET
    @Path("/branch")
    @Produces ({ MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON })
    public Response branchOption() {

Question:

What can be wrong, how can I track what's going on?

1 answer

1 accepted

I had another custom/1.0 rest end point in a different plugin. Changing to 2.0 in my new plugin fixed the issue

Thanks Javier .. it fixed the similar issue for me.

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