How to get a Dashboard programmatically?

Hello everybody,

how do I get a Dashboard by JavaCode. The Dashboard has already been created in JIRA and I want to access this dashboard. Is there any possibilities to get the dashboard by id or name.

An answer would help me to go on with the development of my JIRA Plugin.

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Thx for the advice. I've already seen this Service. Can you give a Code Sample, please?

ComponentAccessor.getComponent(PortalPageService.class).getPortalPage(new JiraServiceContextImpl(user), dashboardId)

Try this.

how do I get/find the dashboard id?

I know it doesn't belong to the question above, but are there any event listener for dashboards? For example when you update an dashboard, an event will be triggered in the background.

OK, the dashboard Id can be found in the URL as an URL parameter leading to your dashboard. This URL parameter is the selectPageId corresponding to your dashboard id.

E.g.: http://host/jira/secure/Dashboard.jspa?selectPageId=10201

Is there a possibility now to get all the gadgets with the portalpage-instance or do I need another approach?

It would be very helpful again if you show me a sample code.

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