ANN: Jira Plugin 0.1.4.4

Just uploaded a new build of the plugin to fix the NullPointerExceptions
on startup that people seem to be getting.

This build also includes the annotated javadoc, if you right-click on an
issue and select "work on issue", any method you edit gets an @jira
javadoc entry appended.

Currently this only works on methods WITHOUT existing comments.

I'll be adding a settings entry to disable this ( INTPLUG-30 ), and also
adding editing existing javadoc with the new annotation ( INTPLUG-31 ).
The annotated javadoc is also not currently automatically formatted nicely
( INTPLUG-27 ), but a ctrl-alt-l solves that.

I've also just put an issue in for the format of the javadoc ( INTPLUG-32 ).

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I've got an exception while connecting to JIRA at http://localhost:8090

Error message: Original exception:
org.xml.sax.SAXParseException: The element type "link" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "</link>".
at org.apache.xerces.parsers.AbstractSAXParser.parse(Unknown Source)
at org.jdom.input.SAXBuilder.build(SAXBuilder.java:370)
at org.jdom.input.SAXBuilder.buildSAXBuilder.java:694)
at com.talios.jira.feeds.AbstractFeedBuilder.buildFeed(AbstractFeedBuilder.java:52)
at com.talios.jira.feeds.AbstractFeedBuilder.buildFeedData(AbstractFeedBuilder.java:65)
at com.talios.jira.browser.JiraIssuesTableModel$2.run(JiraIssuesTableModel.java:53)

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The reason of the exception above is incorrect Project ID, I've specified in the properties. Specifying the correct one, however leads to the following exception (password and username are correct):

Error message: Server returned HTTP response code: 500 for URL: http://localhost:8090/secure/IssueNavigator.jspa?view=rss&pid=10000&os_username=******&os_password=****&reset=true&&statusIds=3
java.io.IOException: Server returned HTTP response code: 500 for URL: http://localhost:8090/secure/IssueNavigator.jspa?view=rss&pid=10000&os_username=*****&os_password=******&reset=true&&statusIds=3
at sun.net.www.protocol.http.HttpURLConnection.getInputStream(HttpURLConnection.java:791)
at com.talios.jira.feeds.AbstractFeedBuilder.buildFeed(AbstractFeedBuilder.java:52)
at com.talios.jira.feeds.AbstractFeedBuilder.buildFeedData(AbstractFeedBuilder.java:65)
at com.talios.jira.browser.JiraIssuesTableModel$2.run(JiraIssuesTableModel.java:53)

Entering the same URL in the web browser results in the message like "Error 500, you have no permissions to browse the project..."

How may I set up JIRA to let anyone browse the requests?

Thanks,
Alexander Kitaev

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On Fri, 06 Feb 2004 11:53:07 +0000, Alexander Kitaev wrote:

The reason of the exception above is incorrect Project ID, I've specified
in the properties. Specifying the correct one, however leads to the
following exception (password and username are correct):


I'll add a check for invalid project id, I had seen that link error before
but never saw it again and it slipped my mind, Thanks for reminding me.

Entering the same URL in the web browser results in the message like
"Error 500, you have no permissions to browse the project..."

How may I set up JIRA to let anyone browse the requests?


You need to either enable guest mode, or change the permission schemes for
the project to let your user have access to view issues in the project.
For more help on that, check the JIRA manual, or post the question to the
JIRA forums.

Out of curiosity, if the user in question logs in via the web, can they
read the project? Or is it just the RSS feed they can't read?

Mark

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Hello,

In the JIRA browser plugin I'm using the same login/password as for browsing JIRA using web browser, so the problem with the plugin only. I've tried to get the RSS data in the browser being logged in (I've select "view->xml" item) and it works fine as well.

Seems that my JIRA configuration doesn't allow to specify name/password directly in the url. I will investigate this problem (I would like to add kind of JIRA integration into TMate plugin as well) and share the results with you.

I also didn't manage to find a way to get map of project names to ids in the form of RSS feed, may be you know whether it is possible?

Thanks,
Alexander Kitaev.

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On Sat, 07 Feb 2004 11:54:53 +0000, Alexander Kitaev wrote:

Seems that my JIRA configuration doesn't allow to specify name/password
directly in the url. I will investigate this problem (I would like to add


Thats weird cause it should handle it fine....

I also didn't manage to find a way to get map of project names to ids in
the form of RSS feed, may be you know whether it is possible?


Currently not possible, at least in a nice easy/clean way, hopefully we'll
get this fixed for the new 2.6 JIRA release that Atlassian are releasing
in a few weeks.

Mark

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