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To develop a command line interface where a text or XML file can be sent to a JIRA to execute multiple individual/unique tasks.

I have 100 JIRA issues I want to link to 100 other jira Issues (one-to -one). I've been reading up on Bulk Actions, but I don't see .I need this to develop a command line interface where a text or XML file can be sent to a JIRA to execute multiple individual/unique tasks.

Any help??

I have no idea how to interact jira through command line.

Thanks in advance

Alekhya.

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The Jira command line "plugin" actually lives outside Jira on a client machine. You don't install it in Jira.

If you write your own command line, you will need to do it the same way - write something that talks to Jira via REST (the Jira command line plugin uses a mix of REST and SOAP, although it may have moved to nothing but REST in later versions, as SOAP will be dropped in Jira 7+)

If for some reason, you can't use the Jira command line, then you'll need to write something else. Use anything that supports REST calls and start with https://docs.atlassian.com/jira/REST/latest/

Look at JIRA Command Line Interface. It is likely it will cover your use case including bulk operations using one of the run like actions.

i could not get how i can perform unique individual tasks like...

Example:

50 issues to link with 50 different issues ,

i have entered the ISSUE number ,lintk type and the target issue number in an excel sheet.

now i need to perform action of linking the issues with its target as mentioned in the excel sheet through COMMAND LINE.

Could you please help me in this regard.

We Dont have Jira Command line interface plugin installed ...

i need help how to startup in developing a simple command line interface witth jira..

Please can any one helpl in this regard!!

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