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PluginLicenseExpiredEvent seems not work

Hi, community!

I have some troubles with my LicenseChecker: I create event listener according to the official docs and create similar event listener like example

Everything is OK for PluginLicenseChangeEvent, but I want to use PluginLicenseExpiredEvent and lock some features of my Jira plugin.

When license expired this event didn't fire(I use timebomb licenses)

@EventListener
public void handleEvent(PluginLicenseExpiredEvent event) {
logger.info("License expired");
}

Please help me, what i'm doing wrong?

1 answer

I don't think you are doing anything wrong. PluginLicensedExpiredEvent seems to not get fired at all and its something which needs to be raised with UPM.

Here is another question like yours which had no answers: https://community.developer.atlassian.com/t/has-anyone-ever-caught-a-pluginlicenseexpiredevent/2797

I hope this gets fixed soon but looking at how things are going I don't think it will.

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