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Actual crucible event listener example

Hi all. I'm trying to create Crucible plugin which sends POSTs when review state changes. I've found this tutorial, but com.atlassian.event.EventListener is marked deprecated in Eclipse and my plugin could not be enabled.

So are there any actual tutorials on creating such plugins?

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Hello, yes indeed the referenced tutorial is out of date. You should use **com.atlassian.event.api.EventListener** annotation on a method level. 

Please make sure you register your bean to an **EventPublisher** instance. **Do not** to deregister it while bean is destroyed, you'll introduce memory leaks otherwise!


You can base on a JIRA tutorial. Although components being used will differ from the ones avaliable in FishEye&Crucible (like IssueEvent), the same concept of event listener is used.


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