Jira Dashboard is a set of Eclipse plugins that
provide access to a remote Jira
installation from inside the IDE.
Although the main focus of this project is the creation of Eclipse plugins it is possible
to re-use the core services to create plugins for other IDEs.
Check out the screenshots for more detail.
The current release of Jira Dashboard is 0.9.2. See the
change log for a list of what has changed
This project aims to provide a means for developers to access and modify information
in a Jira installation from within their IDE without interrupting their day-to-day
workflow. The short term plan of the project is to mimick the functinality provided
in the standard Web based Jira Dashboard. This does not preclude us from adding new
features if they are desirable.
Currently multiple technologies are required to fully view and manipulate a
Jira installation. The long term goal of this project is to create a set of
abstract service to make communication with a Jira server isntance easier.
As well as defining the core services it is withing the scope of this project
to use these services to integrate Jira into other IDEs. If there is enough
interest sub-projects will be formed to implement this plan.
This project is licensed under the Eclipse Public License
This project uses code developed by the Apache Software Foundation.
You can install this plugin via the Eclipse update system using this URL: http://jira-dashboard.tigris.org/update
If you are having trouble, check out the FAQ
- Jira 3.1.1 or higher
- Jira RPC plugin 1.4.3 or higher
- Eclipse 3.1 or higher
- Execute named queries (global filters)
- Create client side queries
- Access to most of the pre-defined filters available in Web based Jira Dashboard
- Limited support for the standard issue workflow (start, stop, resolve, reopen, close)
- View issue details in a non modal editor
- Supports multiple Jira installations in the same workspace
NOTE: There are many more features planned. See
the roadmap for details.
If you think the idea of tightly integrating Jira into your favourite IDE sounds
cool and are willing to pitch in, post a message on the dev mailing list. We are
always looking for more hackers. Good quality and well tested patches are always welcome.
Before jumping into the deep end, check out the Development Guide