Stage 1: Create plugin structure and run FishEye/Crucible

Follow the steps below to learn how to create your plugin structure and run FishEye/Crucible.

 

For more details on the initial setup of the SDK, and the first steps below, see Developing with the Atlassian Plugin SDK.

 

a) Create your plugin skeleton using the Atlassian Plugin SDK:

$ atlas-create-fecru-plugin
...
Define value for groupId: : com.example.ampstutorial
Define value for artifactId: : fecrutwitter
Define value for version:  1.0-SNAPSHOT: :               # just accept the default
Define value for package:  com.example.ampstutorial: :   # again, just press enter for the default

 

b) (optional) If atlas-create-fecru-plugin creates a plugin skeleton with a different version of Fisheye/Crucible than you want to use, update the properties in pom.xml

Workflow Conditions API was introduced in a final shape in version 4.3.

<properties>
        <fecru.version>4.3.0-20170119092650</fecru.version>
        <fecru.data.version>4.3.0-20170119092650</fecru.data.version>
</properties>

 

c) Run FishEye/Crucible with the skeleton plugin:

$ cd workflowcondition
$ mvn fecru:debug

 

d) Go to http://localhost:3990/fecru/

e) Authenticate with the following credentials:
     username: admin
     password: admin 

 

 

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