Email templet notification changed after upgrade to Jita 7.0.10

Hi Guys,

I'm not sure who customized the email templates here in my current company, but the upgrade to 7.0.10 broke them (Jira was 6.4.11 before).

The problem is that instead of "Components"and Äffected Versions" we are seeing the following(only the function, not the value it needs to return) in the email alerts:

> Components: $component.getString("name")
> Affects Versions: $version.getString("name")

Atlassian support replied suggestion that did not work.(see attachment below)
Can you guys tell me what went wrong or anyone seen it before?


image2017-1-1 14:43:12.png

#rowWrapperNormalBegin('' 'wrapper-special-margin')
               <td>Component: </td>
               <td>#if ($issue.components && $issue.components.size() >0)
                       #foreach ($component in $issue.components)
               $component.getString("name")#if ($velocityCount != $issue.components.size()), #end

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Not sure why getString even worked before, but try $component.getName() as the standard way to do it.

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