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Database values plugin compatibility

Good Morning,

We're planning a migration from a JIRA version 6 to a version 8.13. We see that the plugin "Database Values ​​for Jira" is not available for this major version and we do not see any way to contact the manufacturer. Please, we need to know when there will be a release compatible with version 8.13 in order to correctly plan the migration.

We remain attentive to your comments.

Thanks and best regards.

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Dirk Ronsmans Community Leader Nov 03, 2020

On his documentation page he mentiones:

Frequently Asked Questions

Things are not working, where do I get help?

If you have problems getting the plugin to work, please post a question on on Atlassian Answers (tag your question with jira and jdvp). Please do not email me directly (unless you need custom implementations/additions to this plugin). You are far more likely to get useful feedback there.

so I added those tags here. Let's see if he replies.

As it is a free plugin the support of course depends on the willingness of a developer most likely in his spare time.


If you need an alternative, you can look towards scriptrunner which also has a way of pulling data from a database and showing it in a field. 

Daniel Ebers Community Leader Nov 07, 2020

The developer tracks requests also here:

After a new Jira version came out normally somebody requests this new version to be compatible with jdvp on the page over there.
At least, this is how it worked the last 1-2 years (based on own experience).


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