I am running JIRA server 6.3.7 and trying to test out integration with HipChat.
Looking in the add-on manager, I see that I have version 1.3.4 of the HipChat for JIRA add-on installed. If I search for this add-on in the Marketplace, I see that a significantly newer version is available (6.14.0). However, there is no indication in the JIRA add-on manager that an update is available, even though my version of JIRA supports this version of the HipChat for JIRA add-on.
I'm wondering what the appropriate procedure is for obtaining the latest version. Do I just download the add-on and install in manually? Or is there something I need to do to get the add-on manager to recognize that an update is available?
Thank you for the help.
There is a bug in marketplace were UPM wouldn't offer you an upgrade if your current installed version is not listed in marketplace. Looks like v1.3.4 is not listed there – you hit that problem.
I have uploaded the old version and now UPM will offer you to upgrade.
Hi Jobin, This is what I meant by installing manually - I'm aware that I could use that method. My question was more along the lines of: is there a reason why the UPM is not recognizing that an update to the HipChat add-on is available? Is it the intended procedure that I update manually? Or should the UPM see that an update is available? Thank you. -- Stephen
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