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I was trying to retrieve all the issues for a project with REST api. Is there a non-maven solution for this? meaning - where we should be able to get the data just by associating the required jar files?

As of now, this is what I have been able to find out - 

public static void accessToJira() throws IOException, URISyntaxException{

final AsynchronousJiraRestClientFactory factory = new AsynchronousJiraRestClientFactory();
JiraRestClient client = (JiraRestClient) factory.createWithBasicHttpAuthentication(jiraServerUri, "<username>", "<password>");

// Invoke the JRJC Client
Promise<User> promise = client.getUserClient().getUser("admin");
User user = promise.claim();

Promise<SearchResult> searchJqlPromise = client.getSearchClient().searchJql("project=TACO_IMPORT_DEMO");

for (Issue issue : searchJqlPromise.claim().getIssues()) {
System.out.println(issue.getSummary());
}
}

 

** currently, I am encountering errors for missing classes at the line createWithBasicHttpAuthentication.

On googling and downloading the required jar for one class, another missing class comes uf and unfortunately, it wouldn't stop... sad Please help.

Thanks.

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What are you trying to build?

I am just trying to send a request to JIRA and get the issues for particular project as a response.

for this I am using the REST api.

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