When I call the JIRA API in groovy code triggered by choosing a menu item, the code creates about 20 Issues then within each issue it creates another 5 Issues.
The process takes a LONG TIME! A little over a minute. So, two questions?
(1) Is it likely, the reason for slow performance on the back end is it will process 100= 5 x 20 database calls? If not, whats your best guess?
(2) Is there a way to do this same call more efficiently and complete in seconds rather than minutes?
Perhaps, a way to batch requests? Skip the JIRA API and write to the DB directly? What can be done?
To write to a Jira database with SQL, you have to
So, no, you don't want to do that.
The speed is probably simply a function of the complexity of what you're trying to do. The server process is going as fast as it can without compromising other users.
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