When I look for a jira java rest client, I find that I can use one of the following options available:
Atlassian JIRA REST Java Client » 2.0.0-m2:
(last update done from Dec 2012)
JIRA REST Java Client Implementation » 5.0.4
JIRA REST Java Client Public API » 5.0.4
(last update done from Dec 2017 for both)
In principle, the jira-rest-java-client is more easy and clear to use and I just need to add only one dependency to my project, however:
Is there any actual difference between the two options, despite the last date update provided by maven?
I have checked that in both cases you cannot create a Project, despite it is possible based on https://docs.atlassian.com/jira/REST/7.0.0-m01b/#api/2/project-createProject
What option should I go for?
Have you seen the issue https://ecosystem.atlassian.net/browse/JRJC-149 ?
After six years it's still not fixed. I totally disagree with its minor priority as long as it totally blocks any kind of using a client API.
I've read about a number of workarounds including modifying JAR manually right inside local Maven repo, however I guess it's a shame for a such big company as Atlassian to react so lazily.
The solution is described here:
there is even a pull request made by a community
However it looks like it is not valid.
Could you please push this problem to make your API client finally working?
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