Question - Where is Jira installation directory?

Answered by: Benjamin Coleman  |  Category: General  |  Last Updated: 20-06-2022  |  Views: 1375  |  Total Questions: 14

If Jira was installed using the automated Windows or Linux installers, the default location of the Jira home directory is: C:Program FilesAtlassianApplication DataJIRA (on Windows) or. <jira-application-dir>/ atlassian-jira/ WEB-INF/lib/ This is the directory where plugins built on Atlassian's Plugin Framework 1 (i. e. 'Plugins 1' plugins) are stored. If you are installing a new 'Plugins 1' plugin, you will need to deploy it into this directory. The location of the Confluence home directory is defined when you install Confluence. This location is stored in the confluence-init. properties file, which is located in the confluence/WEB-INF/classes directory of your Confluence Installation directory. Open the jira-config. properties file (located at the root of your JIRA application home directory) in a text editor. According to dbconfig under c:program filesatlassianapplication datajira on the server that Tomcat is installed on the database is stored on server 'x' and is a MS SQL server.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/upm/installing-add-ons-273875715.html

Once you have downloaded or created your add-on JAR file, follow these steps to install it to JIRA: Shut down JIRA. Copy your JAR file (e. g., example_plugin. jar) into the directory: Start JIRA. Confirm the installation by going to Administration > Manage Add-ons.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver074/jira-application-home-directory-881684063.html

The JIRA home directory contains key data that help define how JIRA works. If JIRA was installed using the automated Windows or Linux installers, the default location of the JIRA home directory is: C:Program FilesAtlassianApplication DataJIRA (on Windows) or. /var/atlassian/application-data/jira (on Linux)

https://confluence.atlassian.com/crucible044/viewing-your-installed-plugins-890948923.html

To view your installed plugins: Click the Manage Existing tab. You will see a list of the plugins installed in your application. The plugins are grouped into 'User-installed Plugins' and 'System Plugins'.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/bamboo/installing-a-plugin-289277265.html

To upload your own plugin to Bamboo: Click the 'Install' tab in the UPM. You will see a list of featured plugins. Click the 'Upload Plugin' link. The 'Upload Plugin' window will appear. Specify the location of your plugin: Click the 'Upload' button to upload and enable your plugin.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/upm/installing-the-universal-plugin-manager-273875739.html

Confluence Download the UPM JAR from the Atlassian Marketplace. Stop Confluence. Remove the existing UPM JAR file from <install-directory>/confluence/WEB-INF/atlassian-bundled-plugins. Copy the new UPM JAR file into the same directory. Clear the Confluence plugins cache.

https://developer.atlassian.com/server/framework/atlassian-sdk/create-a-helloworld-plugin-project/

Step 1. Use the Atlassian SDK to build a plugin skeleton Navigate to the directory on your system where you'd like to create your plugin. Create an add-on project using the atlas-create-jira-plugin command from a Command Prompt window: You will be prompted to provide some information about your plugin.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/confkb/where-does-confluence-store-its-data-154029.html

By default, attachments, extensions, and configuration files are stored in the Confluence Home Directory that is configured when Confluence is first installed. All remaining data resides in the configured database.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/confkb/startup-check-setting-your-confluence-home-935907597.html

The Confluence Home directory is the folder where Confluence stores its configuration information, search indexes and page attachments.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver/important-directories-and-files-938847744.html

If Jira was installed using the automated Windows or Linux installers, the default location of the Jira home directory is: C:Program FilesAtlassianApplication DataJIRA (on Windows) or. /var/atlassian/application-data/JIRA (on Linux)

https://confluence.atlassian.com/confeval/confluence-evaluator-resources/confluence-what-is-confluen

Confluence is Atlassian's content collaboration tool used to help teams collaborate and share knowledge efficiently. In Confluence, content is created and organized using spaces, pages, and blogs. Confluence has also been designed to prevent duplicates, and display only the latest information.

https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Jira-questions/How-do-I-make-SQL-queries-in-JIRA/qaq-p/492704

The JIRA database is built for data storage, not reporting or querying. As an example, take a simple custom field - the SQL for answering "What components are on ABC-123" involves joining at least six tables together. JQL: The Most Flexible Way to Search JIRA (1/4)

https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver/connecting-jira-applications-to-mysql-5-6-938846854

Shut down Jira before you begin, unless you are running the setup wizard. Create and configure the MySQL database. Create a database user which Jira will connect as (e. g. jiradbuser ). Copy the MySQL JDBC driver to your application server. Configure your Jira server to connect to your MySQL database. Start Jira.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver/connecting-jira-applications-to-mysql-5-7-966063305

Configuration tool Run the Jira configuration tool as follows: Windows: Open a command prompt and run config. Navigate to the Database tab and set Database type to MySQL 5. 7+. Fill out the fields, as described in the Database connection fields section below. Test your connection and save. Restart Jira.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver075/connecting-jira-applications-to-a-database-93539

JIRA requires a relational database to store its issue data. If you are setting up a completely new JIRA installation, the JIRA setup wizard will configure a database connection for you to either JIRA's internal H2 or an external database. JIRA's internal H2 database is suitable for evaluation purposes.