Atlassian Spring Scanner injection problem when using JDK 8 Lambdas

Hello there,

this is my configuration:

JIRA version: 7.1.2

AMPS version: 6.2.4

JAVA version: 1.8.0_60 (project build path JRE system library [JavaSE-1.8])

QuickReload version: 1.30.2

When I am using in Injection annotated bean some features from JDK 8, like LocalDateTime as shown below, it is creating the bean an injecting dependencies correctly.

But when I try to use Lambda Expressions it fails with error:

org.springframework.beans.factory.BeanCreationException: Error creating bean with name 'importValidatorService': Injection of autowired dependencies failed;
No qualifying bean of type [com.example.service.IssueSearchService] found for dependency: expected at least 1 bean which qualifies as autowire candidate for this dependency. Dependency annotations: {@javax.inject.Inject()}
@Named("issueSearchService")
public class IssueSearchService {

    private final SearchService searchService;
    private final JiraAuthenticationContext jiraAuthenticationContext;

    @Inject
    public IssueSearchService(@ComponentImport SearchService searchService,
            @ComponentImport JiraAuthenticationContext jiraAuthenticationContext) {

        this.searchService = searchService;
        this.jiraAuthenticationContext = jiraAuthenticationContext;
    }
 
private List<String> getIssueKeysFromIssueSearchResult(SearchResults searchResults) {

        List<String> issueKeys = new ArrayList<>();

        if (searchResults == null || CollectionUtils.isEmpty(searchResults.getIssues())) {
            return issueKeys;
        }



		// this is a part of JDK 8 API and it works!
        LocalDateTime timePoint = LocalDateTime.now();
        System.out.println(timePoint.getHour());


		// this is the old way
        for (Issue issue : searchResults.getIssues()) {
            issueKeys.add(issue.getKey());
        }


		// this is using stream and Lambda Expressions
		// NOT WORKING!!!
        issueKeys = issueKeys.stream().map(ik -> ik.getKey()).collect(Collectors.toList());

        return issueKeys;
    }

 

I saw couple of related questions and just one answer as it is resolved with atlassian-spring-scanner 1.2.7, but as you can see I am using even later version 1.30.2 and it is not working.

Also I saw that this is resolved in JIRA 7, but I am using JIRA 7.1.2 and it is not working.

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Sorry, my mistake, I was referring to QuickReload version: 1.30.2, but the problem was in my Atlassian Spring Scanner version 1.2.6.

Problem is solved with version 1.2.7 like explained here.

P.S. Current version is: 2.0.1

I took reference from here.

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