Jira 6 and Atlassian SDK

  1. atlas-create-jira-plugin command creates the plugin.

     

    The command prompts you for the JIRA version.

  2. Enter 1 for JIRA 5 and 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?

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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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