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How to inject IssueBeanBuilder2 ?

Jira version: 7.13.0
Java version: 1.7
Platform: server

I need to receive SearchResultsBean to get Issues like JSON.
When I started Jira I catch the exception:

The plugin has been disabled. A likely cause is that it timed out during initialisation. It has the following missing service dependencies : &issueBeanBuilder2 of type(&(objectClass=com.atlassian.jira.rest.v2.issue.IssueBeanBuilder2)(objectClass=com.atlassian.jira.rest.v2.issue.IssueBeanBuilder2))

 

my service:

@Named
@ExportAsService({IIssueJiraService.class})
public class IssueJiraService implements IIssueJiraService {

private final IssueBeanBuilder2 issueBeanBuilder;

@Inject
public IssueJiraService(@ComponentImport IssueBeanBuilder2 issueBeanBuilder) {
this.issueBeanBuilder = issueBeanBuilder;
}

public ResultsBean getIssueBean(issue){
IssueBean issueBean = issueBeanBuilder.build(issue);
List<IssueBean> issueBeans = Arrays.asList(issueBean);
SearchResultsBean resultsBean = new SearchResultsBean(0, 1000, results.getTotal(), issueBeans);
return resultsBean;
}
}

 

my pom (only dependency for IssueBeanBuilder2):

<dependency>
<groupId>com.atlassian.jira</groupId>
<artifactId>jira-rest-plugin</artifactId>
<version>7.1.0-QR20151229171111</version>
<scope>provided</scope>
</dependency>

 

Jira docs:
https://docs.atlassian.com/software/jira/docs/api/8.1.0/com/atlassian/jira/rest/v2/search/SearchResultsBean.html
https://docs.atlassian.com/software/jira/docs/api/8.1.0/com/atlassian/jira/rest/v2/issue/IssueBean.html 

2 answers

You should be able to inject BeanBuilderFactory and then call its newIssueBeanBuilder2 method.

0 votes
Andy Heinzer Atlassian Team Jun 01, 2020

Hi,

I understand that you are getting a plugin disabled message when trying to start this plugin.  While I don't have much experience in terms of developing plugins for Jira, I did notice that you listed the Java version as 1.7.  The problem with that, if accurate, is that Jira 7 and higher has required Java 8 (aka 1.8) at least since Jira 7.0.x versions.  More details on this JVM requirement can be seen in the Supported platforms documentation.

If that is not the solution, then I would recommend asking within our Developer Community.  That community is technically a separate site from this one, and it is geared more towards plugin development for Atlassian products.  So perhaps you might find additional help there.

Regards,

Andy

Hi, @Andy Heinzer 

Thanks for your help
I tried to switch to java 1.8 and its not the solution. Also, I asked on Developer Community and we came to the conclusion that its impossible.
Therefore, I abandoned this approach and use java classes from Jira.

Regards,
Oleksii

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