I am upgrading JIRA from 6.X to 8.X. I've already run into having to pay for JSU (as it was previously free)....now it's looking like I have to pay for Script Runner (was free, not sure of any good free alternatives) and I have JIRA Capture out there as well....I was able to find where we were using JSU and Script running from an XML export. Does anyone know how I can tell if JIRA Capture is being used? I don't want to go down the path of upgrading Prod again and find out I need that as well.
Capture for Jira creates a number of custom fields, you can check to see if anyone has saved any test sessions by looking for issues where Test sessions is not empty.
Capture is a oddball plugin in that most of the functionality is it not actually in jira, it is in the browser plugins that actually do the capturing.
I didn't fully follow at first, but in looking, we did use it, but there is nothing new since mid-last year. Am I correct that Test Sessions only have to do with Capture for JIRA? I found no "Capture for JIRA Browser" anywhere...
Thanks for the help/direction!!
I can suggest a way although it is not 100% correct. All add-ons create database tables that start with AO####-XYZ. For all tables of the add-on, #### part is the same number. So Install Capture for Jira on a jira instance and check which tables it is creating. After that check your production instance for the same tables. After that you can check content of these tables for date fields.
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