Jeff Turner | 2 Jan 10:54 2005

Re: Question about Report Layout

Just as Bob says; I'll just add that it would be easier to take 
irrelevant parts away from the full content view than to add things to 
the issue navigator view.  You can just comment out parts with <%-- ... 
--%> tags.

Cheers,
Jeff

On 01/01/2005, at 8:52 AM, Bob Vandehey wrote:

> Nearly everything in Jira can be customized if you don’t mind getting 
> your hands a little dirty. The Issue Navigator uses a jsp to render 
> the page. Take a look at 
> /atlassian-jira/template/includes/issuetable/issue.jsp. While it is 
> not trivial, it is quite possible to do what you are asking.
>
>  
>
> FYI. You can select the “Full Content” view from the Issue Navigator.
>
>  
>
>
> From: owner-jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com 
> [mailto:owner-jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com] On Behalf Of Fancher, 
> Bruce
> Sent: Friday, December 31, 2004 9:29 AM
> To: jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com
> Subject: [JIRA-user] Question about Report Layout
>
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Jeff Turner | 2 Jan 10:51 2005

Re: Configuring CVS Emails in Jira

Eric,

This method of adding CVS logs from a POP box is obsolete as of JIRA  
2.6 -- JIRA can now request and parse the CVS logs directly:

http://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/docs/v2.6/cvs_integration.html

Could you try that method, and let us know if you have any problems?

Cheers,
Jeff

On 31/12/2004, at 8:04 PM, Eric B. wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I'm trying to configure CVS Emails in Jira and am having a little  
> trouble.
> I have gone through the docs and have configured JIRA as per the docs
> specify.  Additionally, I have configured CVS to email my POP account  
> with
> the commit log.
>
> I see JIRA checking my POP account and deleting the message, however  
> the
> issue does not get updated.  Is there a trace-log that I can enable in  
> Jira
> to see what is happening with my email, and why it is being discarded?
> Additionally, must the email address that the log email is being sent  
> from
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Joel Rosi-Schwartz | 2 Jan 16:16 2005

NotSerializableException in 3.0.3 under JBoss 4.0

I am upgrading from Jira 2.1.6 to 3.0.3 and I am now getting a 
NotSerializableException during startup. I have seen in the mail list that in 
general this is a know problem, but I have only found Tomcat specific 
workarounds. How do I get rid of these in jboss 4.0?

Thanks,
Joel
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Eric B. | 2 Jan 20:17 2005
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Re: Configuring CVS Emails in Jira

Thanks Jeff, but unfortunately I don't have the option of configuring Jira 
to tie directly into the CVS server.  The Jira machine is running at another 
site and there is currently no pserver access from one site to the other. 
So I have to rely on email instead.

I did notice, however, that the log format isn't the same as CvsSync, so I 
decided to try and write my own CVSLogHandler to handle the case.  But I 
noticed there was a lack of documentation in the API docs - only the methods 
and classes appear, but no (or minimal) actual descriptive text to explain 
what a class/method does and/or how it is used.  I was hoping to add a 
little additional functionality to the handler whereas I would permitted to 
use a status keyword (ie such as RESOLVED) in the CVS log
before my issue number and have the issue status change to the specified 
status (RESOLVED).  However, after looking through the
different available handler sources and/or API docs, I wasn't able to find 
any information that would tell me how to do this.  I see
clearly that the following statment is used:
                    ActionResult aResult = 
CoreFactory.getActionDispatcher().execute(ActionNames.COMMENT_CREATE,
                            UtilMisc.toMap("issue", issue, "remoteUser", 
reporter, "body", comment));

to add a new comment to the issue, but I can't figure out how to change the 
status of that issue, nor do I know what parameters I
can set in the Map.

Do you know if there is a complete API doc somewhere (with actual 
descritpions as opposed to simply the class & method names)?  Or
perhaps an overview of the system somewhere - ie: a doc that explains how 
the system works?
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Fancher, Bruce | 2 Jan 22:33 2005

RE: Question about Report Layout


Thanks, although I was hoping to avoid monkeying with the internals of Jira, that's actually a pretty good idea.  In case anyone's interested, here's what I did:

Only in atlassian-jira-professional-3.0.3-standalone/atlassian-jira/template/includes/issuetable: .DS_Store
diff atlassian-jira-professional-3.0.3-standalone-orig/atlassian-jira/template/includes/issuetable/header.jsp atlassian-jira-professional-3.0.3-standalone/atlassian-jira/template/includes/issuetable/header.jsp
8a9,11
>
>     <webwork:if test="./columnHeadingKey != 'issue.column.heading.description'">
>
38a42,44
>
>     </webwork:if>
>
diff atlassian-jira-professional-3.0.3-standalone-orig/atlassian-jira/template/includes/issuetable/issue.jsp atlassian-jira-professional-3.0.3-standalone/atlassian-jira/template/includes/issuetable/issue.jsp
89,99d88
<         <webwork:if test="./id == 'description'">
<             <td width=1%>
<                 <webwork:property value="../../long('project')">
<                     <webwork:if test=" <at> fieldVisibility/fieldHidden(., 'description', ../../string('type')) == false && ../../string('description')">
<                         <font size=1><webwork:property value="../../string('description')" /></font>
<                     </webwork:if>
<                     <webwork:else>&nbsp;</webwork:else>
<                 </webwork:property>
<             </td>
<         </webwork:if>
<
155a145,166
>
> <webwork:iterator value="parameters['columns']">
>     <webwork:property value="navigableField">
>
>     <webwork:if test="./id == 'description'">
>         <tr class="rowNormal">
>             <td colspan=<webwork:property value="parameters['columns']/size" /> >
>                 <webwork:property value="../../long('project')">
>                     <webwork:if test=" <at> fieldVisibility/fieldHidden(., 'description', ../../string('type')) == false && ../../string('description')">
>                         <font size=1><webwork:property value="../../string('description')" /></font>
>                     </webwork:if>
>                     <webwork:else>&nbsp;</webwork:else>
>                 </webwork:property>
>             </td>
>         </tr>
>         <tr class="rowNormal">
>           <td colspan=<webwork:property value="parameters['columns']/size" /> &nbsp;</td>
>         </tr>
>     </webwork:if>
>
>     </webwork:property>
> </webwork:iterator>

Basically if description is one of the columns it displays it below the rest of the fields instead of alongside them.  I'm sure there are better ways to do this, which don't involved iterating over all the columns again just to display description, but I'm used to real development platforms like WebObjects and Tapestry so I've never had to suffer through messing with JSP before.  Note that the value of colspan is one larger thant it should be because I couldn't be bothered to figure out why on earth "parameters['columns']/size-1" doesn't work as it should, and it seems to work fine in my browser.

Bruce

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com on behalf of Bob Vandehey
Sent: Fri 12/31/2004 4:52 PM
To: jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com
Subject: RE: [JIRA-user] Question about Report Layout

Nearly everything in Jira can be customized if you don't mind getting
your hands a little dirty. The Issue Navigator uses a jsp to render the
page. Take a look at
/atlassian-jira/template/includes/issuetable/issue.jsp. While it is not
trivial, it is quite possible to do what you are asking.



FYI. You can select the "Full Content" view from the Issue Navigator.



________________________________

From: owner-jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com
[mailto:owner-jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com] On Behalf Of Fancher, Bruce
Sent: Friday, December 31, 2004 9:29 AM
To: jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com
Subject: [JIRA-user] Question about Report Layout





I'm really impressed with Jira, but there's thing I don't like about it
that's a deal-breaker for me unless I can work-around it.  I really like
the Issue Navigator, except that I'd like to be able to view the tickets
that a query brings up in a format more like the "Full Content" view
with the description (which will often be quite long) below the rest of
the fields, rather than just as one more field in the table.

E.g., instead of:

Key   Summary   Assignee   Reporter   (etc...)   Description

I want this:

Key   Summary   Assignee   Reporter   (etc...)
Description

The problem with the "Full Content" view is that it doesn't seem to be
configurable and it wastes a lot of space with stuff that I don't care
about.

Am I missing a feature tucked away somewhere?  Or is there some way to
easily create a view like the one I want with an add-on or a jelly
script or something?

Thanks,

Bruce Fancher
VP, Technology
Lagardere Active North America
1633 Broadway, 40th Floor
New York, NY 10019
Tel: (212) 767-6771
Fax: (212) 767-4797
bfancher <at> hfmus.com



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Fancher, Bruce | 2 Jan 23:31 2005

RE: Question about Report Layout


That's another good idea, but I can't find which jsp (if any) is used to generate the Full Content view.  Any ideas?

Thanks,

Bruce

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com on behalf of Jeff Turner
Sent: Sun 1/2/2005 4:54 AM
To: jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com
Subject: Re: [JIRA-user] Question about Report Layout

Just as Bob says; I'll just add that it would be easier to take
irrelevant parts away from the full content view than to add things to
the issue navigator view.  You can just comment out parts with <%-- ...
--%> tags.

Cheers,
Jeff

On 01/01/2005, at 8:52 AM, Bob Vandehey wrote:

> Nearly everything in Jira can be customized if you don't mind getting
> your hands a little dirty. The Issue Navigator uses a jsp to render
> the page. Take a look at
> /atlassian-jira/template/includes/issuetable/issue.jsp. While it is
> not trivial, it is quite possible to do what you are asking.
>
>  
>
> FYI. You can select the "Full Content" view from the Issue Navigator.
>
>  
>
>
> From: owner-jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com
> [mailto:owner-jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com] On Behalf Of Fancher,
> Bruce
> Sent: Friday, December 31, 2004 9:29 AM
> To: jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com
> Subject: [JIRA-user] Question about Report Layout
>
>  
>
>  
>
> I'm really impressed with Jira, but there's thing I don't like about
> it that's a deal-breaker for me unless I can work-around it.  I really
> like the Issue Navigator, except that I'd like to be able to view the
> tickets that a query brings up in a format more like the "Full
> Content" view with the description (which will often be quite long)
> below the rest of the fields, rather than just as one more field in
> the table.
>
>  E.g., instead of:
>
>  Key   Summary   Assignee   Reporter   (etc...)   Description
>
>  I want this:
>
>  Key   Summary   Assignee   Reporter   (etc...)
>  Description
>
>  The problem with the "Full Content" view is that it doesn't seem to
> be configurable and it wastes a lot of space with stuff that I don't
> care about.
>
>  Am I missing a feature tucked away somewhere?  Or is there some way
> to easily create a view like the one I want with an add-on or a jelly
> script or something?
>
>  Thanks,
>
>  Bruce Fancher
>  VP, Technology
>  Lagardere Active North America
>  1633 Broadway, 40th Floor
> New York, NY  10019
>  Tel: (212) 767-6771
>  Fax: (212) 767-4797
>  bfancher <at> hfmus.com
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Bob Vandehey | 3 Jan 06:31 2005

RE: Question about Report Layout

Look at atlassian-jira/secure/views/navigator/navigator-full.jsp. I believe if you change the appropriate entry in the atlassian-jira/WEB-INF/classes/actions.xml file, you can make the full view the default view. Look at the following node in that file:

 

    <!-- Issue Views -->
   
<action name="issue.IssueNavigator" alias="IssueNavigator">
       
<view name="success">/secure/views/navigator/navigator.jsp</view>
       
<view name="rss">/secure/views/navigator/navigator-rss.jsp</view>
       
<view name="excel">/secure/views/navigator/navigator-excel.jsp</view>
       
<view name="full">/secure/views/navigator/navigator-full.jsp</view>
       
<view name="error">/secure/views/navigator/navigator.jsp</view>
   
</action>

I believe the “success” node is the one used by default. If you change that to use your modified navigator-full.jsp file, the default view should be what you want.

 

I’m sure if I am wrong, someone from Atlassian will correct me.

 

Bob

 

 

From: owner-jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com [mailto:owner-jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com] On Behalf Of Fancher, Bruce
Sent: Sunday, January 02, 2005 2:32 PM
To: jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com
Subject: RE: [JIRA-user] Question about Report Layout

 

 

That's another good idea, but I can't find which jsp (if any) is used to generate the Full Content view.  Any ideas?

Thanks,

Bruce

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com on behalf of Jeff Turner
Sent: Sun 1/2/2005 4:54 AM
To: jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com
Subject: Re: [JIRA-user] Question about Report Layout

Just as Bob says; I'll just add that it would be easier to take
irrelevant parts away from the full content view than to add things to
the issue navigator view.  You can just comment out parts with <%-- ...
--%> tags.

Cheers,
Jeff

On 01/01/2005, at 8:52 AM, Bob Vandehey wrote:

> Nearly everything in Jira can be customized if you don't mind getting
> your hands a little dirty. The Issue Navigator uses a jsp to render
> the page. Take a look at
> /atlassian-jira/template/includes/issuetable/issue.jsp. While it is
> not trivial, it is quite possible to do what you are asking.
>
>  
>
> FYI. You can select the "Full Content" view from the Issue Navigator.
>
>  
>
>
> From: owner-jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com
> [mailto:owner-jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com] On Behalf Of Fancher,
> Bruce
> Sent: Friday, December 31, 2004 9:29 AM
> To: jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com
> Subject: [JIRA-user] Question about Report Layout
>
>  
>
>  
>
> I'm really impressed with Jira, but there's thing I don't like about
> it that's a deal-breaker for me unless I can work-around it.  I really
> like the Issue Navigator, except that I'd like to be able to view the
> tickets that a query brings up in a format more like the "Full
> Content" view with the description (which will often be quite long)
> below the rest of the fields, rather than just as one more field in
> the table.
>
>  E.g., instead of:
>
>  Key   Summary   Assignee   Reporter   (etc...)   Description
>
>  I want this:
>
>  Key   Summary   Assignee   Reporter   (etc...)
>  Description
>
>  The problem with the "Full Content" view is that it doesn't seem to
> be configurable and it wastes a lot of space with stuff that I don't
> care about.
>
>  Am I missing a feature tucked away somewhere?  Or is there some way
> to easily create a view like the one I want with an add-on or a jelly
> script or something?
>
>  Thanks,
>
>  Bruce Fancher
>  VP, Technology
>  Lagardere Active North America
>  1633 Broadway, 40th Floor
> New York, NY  10019
>  Tel: (212) 767-6771
>  Fax: (212) 767-4797
>  bfancher <at> hfmus.com
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Annicka.Olsson | 3 Jan 08:22 2005

Hiding some fields inside an issue for a specific user.

Hello!

Is there a way to allow the users to have different views of the same issue? For example we would like our
reporters from outside the company to be able to view their own issues - and that is possible. But in
addition we would also want to hide some of the fields in that issue from the outside reporter, these fields
would only be for internal use for the users inside our company.

Can this be done, and in that case how?

Many Thanks
Annicka
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Ilya Pogorelsky | 3 Jan 23:48 2005

RE: Add new Operations

Firefox with dhtml development plugins is also pretty convinient. 
As part of page info it gives you HTML form information. 

-----Original Message-----
From: Jeff Turner [mailto:jeff <at> atlassian.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, December 29, 2004 1:36 AM
To: jira-user <at> lists.atlassian.com
Subject: Re: [JIRA-user] Add new Operations

On Thu, Dec 23, 2004 at 02:50:36PM +0100, Annicka.Olsson <at> tietoenator.com
wrote:
> Hi
>  
> Is there a way to add new Operations in the left Issue Panel. For 
> example we would like to add an operation that clones and moves an 
> issue in one step. This is that the user only picks that operation and 
> the system makes a clone and a move.
>  
> Have anybody done that or somthing simular, and/or do you have any 
> suggestion of how that could be done?

It should be possible to write a script which invokes the relevant HTTP
calls for a given issue.  If you download something like
http://livehttpheaders.mozdev.org, you'll see all the HTTP calls as they are
made, and from then it can be scripted using tools like 'wget'.

Cheers,

--Jeff

> Many thanks // Annicka
> 
> 

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Jeff Turner | 4 Jan 08:50 2005

Re: Hiding some fields inside an issue for a specific user.

Hi,

On Mon, Jan 03, 2005 at 08:22:58AM +0100, Annicka.Olsson <at> tietoenator.com wrote:
> Hello!
> 
> Is there a way to allow the users to have different views of the same issue? For example we would like our
reporters from outside the company to be able to view their own issues - and that is possible. But in
addition we would also want to hide some of the fields in that issue from the outside reporter, these fields
would only be for internal use for the users inside our company.
>  
> Can this be done, and in that case how?

It can't currently be done, but this is an open feature request
(field-level permissions):

http://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-1330

Please vote/watch to receive updates.

Cheers,

--Jeff

> Many Thanks
> Annicka
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