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  1. Your JAR submission should include the project object model file pom.xml, the atlassian-plugin.xml file to describe dependencies, and a atlassian-plugin-marketing.xml file, all in addition to the JAR manifest. When you use the SDK atlas-create* commands, you supply the command with parameter values, and the generator populates corresponding parameters in the pom.xml. The atlassian-plugin.xml descriptor file references these values, and the atlassian-plugin-marketing.xml describes your visual marketing assets to the Marketplace. The JAR manifest file contains properties key to your submission. 

    As you write your code, you can edit the metadata in these files either manually or through the SDK generations tools. Values you specify include:

    • key
    • organization name
    • visual resources such as logos, icons, and screenshots
    • version

    When you use the SDK to generate your project JAR, the generator creates a version of the descriptor file that is read by Atlassian systems. The generated JAR also gets a manifest with some key properties.

    When you list an add-on with the Atlassian Marketplace, the Marketplace submission form asks you to enter many of the same values again. The submission form also asks you for a deployable JAR. Both the Marketplace and UPM use a combination of your submission values and your metadata files to display your listing to your customers. To give your customers a consistent experience with your listing in the Marketplace and UPM, make sure the values you provide in your metadata files and your submission are the same....!