atlas-create-jira-plugin command creates the plugin.
The command prompts you for the JIRA version.
JIRA 5and press RETURN.
I have Jira 6 installed, however, I still entered 1.
When I use the locall host of Jira the user installed Add Ins are not loaded.
Is this due to the version of Jira?
Im not quite sure of the question. Using the SDK you can create the Java sourcecode template for a plugin/add-on. This has nothing to do with a real instance of JIRA, and certainly nothing to do with AddOns that are installed within it.
Please describe your expectations, and what you see happening.
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