Cmdlets for Jira Service Desk

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CData Cmdlets for Jira Service Desk

Overview

The CData Cmdlets PowerShell Module for Jira Service Desk allows developers to write PowerShell scripts with connectivity to Jira Service Desk. The cmdlets abstract the underlying data source into tables, views, and stored procedures that can be used to both retrieve and update data. The representation of Jira Service Desk as a relational database gives the cmdlets a uniform interface and also enables you to execute SQL to Jira Service Desk.

Key Features

  • Real-time access to Jira Service Desk data in Windows PowerShell, with comprehensive support for create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations.
  • Pipe row objects directly from Jira Service Desk into other cmdlets as input.
  • Streamlined installation via the Powershell Gallery.

Getting Started

See Getting Started for an overview of how to connect to and query Jira Service Desk data from PowerShell.

Advanced Features

Advanced Features details additional features supported by the cmdlet, such as defining user defined views, ssl configuration, remoting, caching, firewall/proxy settings, and advanced logging.

Jira Service Desk Cmdlets

See the Jira Service Desk Cmdlets section for a list of available Jira Service Desk cmdlets, including their syntax and input parameters.

Defining Custom Views

User Defined Views provides syntax for exposing new, customized views using either DDL Statements or an explicitly defined JSON-formatted configuration file.

Advanced Features

Advanced Features details additional features supported by the cmdlet, such as defining user defined views, ssl configuration, remoting, caching, firewall/proxy settings, and advanced logging.

SQL Compliance

See SQL Compliance for a syntax reference and code examples outlining the supported SQL.

Data Model

Data Model lists the tables, views, and stored procedures available for the cmdlets.

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