I want to develop a plugin for JIRA 5.2.5.
What are dependencies to be injected to the POM file to download jar files for jira 5.2.5. ?
The dependencies are whatever you need to support your code.
Have you started with a project skeleton built with the Atlassian Plugin Development kit? That creates a pom which covers most of what you need for most projects, and then you only need to add the odd other one depending on what you try to do in your code.
hello Megha K Y,
that depends on the context.
If you need to add a simple plugin that should be supported for Jira 5.2.5
check for <jira.version></jira.version> and it should set to 5.2.5 or lower.
also for <amps.version></amps.version> or maven version it depends on your sdk. Generally for atlas-sdk 4.2.9 I mentioned 4.0 even you can directly give 4.2.9 I think
you can check this for your reference.
Thank you for the quick response.
This is the first time i am creating maven project so i am new to POM file.
I am developing a JQL Plugin for JIRA 5.2.5 version.
For this i created the maven project and i got the below attached POM file.
But how do i extend the POM file to download all the jar/dependencies needed for JIRA 5.2.5 version.
This is the generated POM file :
<project xmlns="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
xsi:schemaLocation="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0 http://maven.apache.org/maven-v4_0_0.xsd"><br< a="">> <modelVersion>4.0.0</modelVersion>
Please help me how do i add dependencies and what are dependencies to be added for JIRA 5.2.5.
Thank you in advance.
if you want to develop plugin for jira then you need to install atlassian sdk on your machine
check this document for to install atlassian sdk and how to create plugin step by step
check here you can get sample jql plugin
Well, your pom looks fine. It should be already pulling in all the basic dependencies that you need, and your code will determine the others that you might need to add. (As a random example I walked into yesterday, there's no need to include a javax servlet dependency if you aren't going to use a servlet - removing the dependency simplified the plugin that was causing a problem)
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