Anybody has any idea on How to disable plugin through an SQL query ?
Or else , please let me know which are all tables affecting if we disable the plugin through a query ?
Thanks in advance,
Vivek Mangalasserymana Aniyan.
Um, why would you want to do this the hard way? What's wrong with the UI?
I have a feeling that doing this in SQL won't work in a running Jira anyway, because hacking the database won't cause Jira to update it's internals to recognise that the plugin/module is disabled, it'll just carry on running it. That won't be the case if you stop Jira before running the SQL of course, as it checks on startup. I haven't tried it though, it might work, I just wouldn't bet on it.
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