You can find the license stored in the propertytext table.
Try running the following to find it.
select * from propertytext where id = (select id from propertyentry where property_key = 'License20')
Hope this helps,
This query should give you the add-ons license you have:
SELECT * FROM public.propertyentry pe JOIN public.propertytext pt on pe.id=pt.id WHERE pe.property_key like 'com.atlassian.upm.license%';
If you go to JIRA and compare the returned keys you should be able to identify what is the propery key for the specific plugin you want which in this case (Service Desk) is:
To understand the above I had to enable the SQL logs and change the license.
To enable the SQL logs: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRAKB/Enabling+detailed+SQL+logging+in+JIRA
I hope it helps.
after setingup new JIRA service on own server I'm unable to restore DB. There we no backups from JIRA made, only MySQL DB.
java.lang.RuntimeException: org.apache.jasper.JasperException: com.atlassian.extras.decoder.api.LicenseDecoderNotFoundException: Could not find any valid decoders in [com.atlassian.extras.decoder.v2.Version2LicenseDecoder@5a2a6697, com.atlassian.extras.decoder.v1.Version1LicenseDecoder@4d5979b4] for license string <>
JIRA version is:
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