Anyone elsee having trouble creating jira entries?

I tried to create the following JIRA entry, but got the same message that I have been getting for the past couple of weeks. I selected IDEA: Feedback as the project and issue type as bug. I keep getting:

Create Issue
Step 2 of 2: Enter the details of the issue...

You have not selected a valid project to create an issue in.

Here is the issue I am trying to create:
*Summary: *Module library configuration does not support JEE 5 /lib directory.
*Description: *The JEE5 spec allows for a /lib directory in the root of the .ear file. This library directory is within the classpath scope of any enclosed .jar or .war modules. In a war, we are currently only allowed to copy files to a directory within the web module (defaults to /WEB-INF/lib) or link via manifest and copy them to the root of the war. There needs to be an option to copy them to the /lib directory of the .ear without a manifest. Also, all modules that will be packaged within the .ear, such as ejb3 or war modules, will need to have all of the .jar files in the /lib directory automatically added to their classpath.

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Hello Norris,

Just an idea: Have you tried pressing Shift-refresh on the first screen of
"Create New Issue" wizard?

I tried to create the following JIRA entry, but got the same message
that I have been getting for the past couple of weeks. I selected
IDEA: Feedback as the project and issue type as bug. I keep getting:

Create Issue
Step 2 of 2: Enter the details of the issue...
You have not selected a valid project to create an issue in.

Here is the issue I am trying to create:

*Summary: *Module library configuration does not support JEE 5
/lib directory.

*Description: *The JEE5 spec allows for a /lib directory in the
root of the .ear file. This library directory is within the classpath
scope of any enclosed .jar or .war modules. In a war, we are
currently only allowed to copy files to a directory within the web
module (defaults to /WEB-INF/lib) or link via manifest and copy them
to the root of the war. There needs to be an option to copy them to
the /lib directory of the .ear without a manifest. Also, all modules
that will be packaged within the .ear, such as ejb3 or war modules,
will need to have all of the .jar files in the /lib directory
automatically added to their classpath.

--
Dmitry Jemerov
Development Lead
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com/
"Develop with Pleasure!"


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Just vote for http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEA-12602

Dmitry Jemerov wrote:

Hello Norris,

Just an idea: Have you tried pressing Shift-refresh on the first screen
of "Create New Issue" wizard?

>> I tried to create the following JIRA entry, but got the same message
>> that I have been getting for the past couple of weeks. I selected
>> IDEA: Feedback as the project and issue type as bug. I keep getting:
>>
>> Create Issue
>> Step 2 of 2: Enter the details of the issue...
>> You have not selected a valid project to create an issue in.
>>
>> Here is the issue I am trying to create:
>>
>> *Summary: *Module library configuration does not support JEE 5
>> /lib directory.
>>
>> *Description: *The JEE5 spec allows for a /lib directory in the
>> root of the .ear file. This library directory is within the classpath
>> scope of any enclosed .jar or .war modules. In a war, we are
>> currently only allowed to copy files to a directory within the web
>> module (defaults to /WEB-INF/lib) or link via manifest and copy them
>> to the root of the war. There needs to be an option to copy them to
>> the /lib directory of the .ear without a manifest. Also, all modules
>> that will be packaged within the .ear, such as ejb3 or war modules,
>> will need to have all of the .jar files in the /lib directory
>> automatically added to their classpath.
>>

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Hmmm. No change. I even tried to clear my browser cache.

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+1

Thank you. I am surprised that it has not been implemented yet. It is part of the spec and all servers have to support it.

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