Redmine Java API 1.0.3 is released (FREE, Apache 2 license).

Added by Alex Last almost 7 years ago

Redmine Java API becomes free and open-source as of version 1.0.3.

http://taskadapter.com/redmine_java_api_1.0.3

Please, contact us if you want to help with the API improvements by spending your time or donating money to the existing volunteers.

1.0.3 release notes:

  • Redmine Java API is released under Apache 2 open-source license.
  • The distributive includes both plain-java and OSGI versions.
  • Create/Update/Get operations are supported for Redmine Users (Redmine 1.1.0+ is required)
  • Error messages provided by Redmine 1.1.0+ are now supported.
  • Paging is supported for getUsers, getProjects operations.
  • "Created on", "Updated on" fields are supported for Issues and Projects.
  • Unneeded jars are removed from the dependencies.

Replies (5)

RE: Redmine Java API 1.0.3 is released (FREE, Apache 2 license). - Added by Alex Last almost 7 years ago

Redmine Java API 1.0.4 is released:

http://taskadapter.com/redmine_java_api_1.0.4

  • Create/Read/Update/Delete operations for Time Entries (Redmine 1.1.0+ is required).
  • "status" field is supported for Issues.

RE: Redmine Java API 1.0.3 is released (FREE, Apache 2 license). - Added by Adam DeJardine almost 7 years ago

Any plan to support custom fields on issues?

RE: Redmine Java API 1.0.3 is released (FREE, Apache 2 license). - Added by Adam DeJardine almost 7 years ago

I just re-read my last comment and figured I should clarify that I'm definitely thankful for what has been released already... just need to determine if I'll have to "roll my own" for custom fields.

RE: Redmine Java API 1.0.3 is released (FREE, Apache 2 license). - Added by Alex Last almost 7 years ago

oh, I don't know how I missed the previous comment. yes, it's planned to support custom fields soon. see task https://www.hostedredmine.com/issues/8727
I want to move the API code to some public repository so that other people can review it and maybe send patches. This requires a bit of work, but I'm going to do it soon.
Redmine API source code is currently stored in a private Assembla.com repository together with Task Adapter code.

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