Updates of JIRA on JIRA Database SQL

Hi, 

Let's say i have connected JIRA to SQL server 2012 database in place where i can visualize all the JIRA keys. 

Are these databases get's updated whenever there's an update to JIRA key automatically or do we need to import on periodical basis?

 

Thanks

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Import what?  If you're looking at the database for JIRA (which, by the way, is a *really* bad idea), then you're looking at the database.  There's nothing to be "imported".

Thanks Nic !

I see now why it is a bad idea (read couple of other questions and answers !)

Here is what my requirement, 

I have a web application and need to integrated with JIRA. 

This is currently done by using JIRA API's, but this is actually putting a heavy load on JIRA server and is time consuming as there's a huge data to be read. Also, need to fetch periodically as there would be updates.


So, is there any other better solution to reduced load on the server and get the informtion ???

[JIRA Web Hook - So far the better solution.] Still thinking to avoid writing code to call API's (this is mianly due to different code for different projects in JIRA and it's own custom fields.)

What is this thing doing that puts such a load on it?  Or, rather, what does the user get out of it?

Let's say, I have 10 projects in JIRA, and for each project i have 1K keys to be read. 

User needs few basic fields of JIRA (Key, Title, Assignee, Status, Resulution and few custom fields)

I'm sorry, I was not clear.   Why is the user not using JIRA to see this stuff?  And why would they want to look at 1000 issues?

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