sorry - but no. My plugin exports the MetadataService as component for other plugins (within JIRA) but not via ReST. You have to create a Plugin which takes my Service via component-import, make it available via ReST and install it on your JIRA server.
The component-import for your atlassian-plugin.xml
<component-import key="metadataService" name="JIRA Metadata Service" interface="com.osoboo.jira.metadata.MetadataService"> <description>to access the jira metadata service.</description> </component-import>
For more details about ReST Plugins see: https://developer.atlassian.com/display/DOCS/Incomplete+Plugin+Tutorial+-+Writing+REST+Services
the good old sql integration ;). the Table should be AO_XXXXXX_Jira_METADATA:
the stored ENRICHED_OBJECT_KEY string will be gernerated by the following pattern:
[com.atlassian.jira.project.Project or com.atlassian.jira.project.version.Version]:[THE_OBJECT_IDENTIFIER]
e.g for a project called SampleProject (Key: SP ) the identifier will be com.atlassian.jira.project.Project:SP
CREATE TABLE AO_CC6AEB_JIRA_METADATA(
ID INTEGER GENERATED BY DEFAULT AS IDENTITY(START WITH 1) NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY,
The id of my table is the generated primary key.
INSERT INTO AO_CC6AEB_JIRA_METADATA VALUES(
i'll hope this will help you
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