I am not a programmer nor a web developer and do not know about REST API. I simply run our instance of JIRA and need to implement the workaround in https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-62551, How do I do this? Also, I have JIRA version 7.2.6 as a stand alone system. Is this implementation still valid? Someone posted at the end of this ticket that this workaround does not exist for version 7.2.4.
You can try a chrome extension to consume rest services:
with this extension you should be able to perform the update.
you need to send this data
to this url:
There's an easy way to obtain the component id
looking at the url you can see the id:
//10001 in this case
Thanks for the help! I had obtained the component id from following the directions in the JIRA ticket I mentioned (your way is easier); however. I am limited to Firefox and IE. I have pulled up the URL http://jiraurl/rest/api/2/component/<component_ID>, but I have no idea how to modify it.
hi, you can use a similar addon for firefox
writing the url on the browser is not going to work, try sending the json data to that url using the firefox addon
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