1. I made a JIRA plugin which requires third-party jar libraries.
2. I copied the third-party jars into [JIRA Inst]/atlassian-jira/WEB-INF/lib .
3. But the plugin cannot get the classpath to the jars.
Q1. Is it right to copy third-party jars into [JIRA Inst]/atlassian-jira/WEB-INF/lib?
Q2. If it is not, how should I install third-party jars in JIRA?
I want to know JIRA plugin development rules in this perspective.
You'll probably be writing a plugins2 plugin, using maven, which is standard for the atlassian sdk. The method you should use is to deploy your dependencies into a maven repository, and mark them as a compile dependency in your plugins pom.xml. The SDK will then neatly bundle them into your plugin. Deploying JAR's into WEB-INF/lib is not guaranteed to work, and is not a recommended route.
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