I have a custom built timesheet application and would like to integrate with OnDemand.
When a user enters time, I would like it to update the time spent on the JIRA task.
I would like to add my timesheet application as a trusted application to JIRA so that I can call the SOAP API without needing a token for the specific user.
The method I will be using is: addWorklogAndAutoAdjustRemainingEstimate
Will adding my timesheet app to the list of trusted applications allow me to log time against users without needing their password details?
Is there a way to do this?
Unfortunately Trusted Applications are not supported in JIRA OnDemand. See here for the list of restricted functions: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/AOD/Restricted+Functions+in+Atlassian+OnDemand#RestrictedFunctionsinAtlassianOnDemand-jira
as well as this related answer: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/68080/unable-to-add-a-trusted-application-in-jira
I am in the process of investigating if it is possible to authenticate as a Trusted App for SOAP requests in the standalone version, but I suspect it is not possible there, either.
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