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Issue page is empty when custom plugin is enabled Edited

I am trying to develop my custom plugin to modify the issue view page. After messing around with OSGi to finally get my plugin enabled, I have found out that issue views are completely empty and log files only contain some warnings, which are not related to my plugin.

When viewing all issues in the project, the issue view is loaded just fine and the header of my plugin is displayed as expected. I have some exception in web developer tools in my browser, could it somehow be relevant to the problem?

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Hi @Иван Лучкин could you write down the dev tools expcetions?

What if you disable your App? Is this error gone? Do you use any Javascript in your App? Can you share its code?

After the plugin is disabled, the issue view is getting loaded and the error is gone. I do not use any JavaScript, but since I have created a plugin skeleton using atlas commands there is an empty .js file, which is getting loaded as a resource.

The only thing I have (apart from Java code) is a velocity template

UPD. I'm trying to locate my plugin to the



CAn you share your atlassian-plugin.xml and velocity template file?

Plugin descriptor

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<atlassian-plugin key="${atlassian.plugin.key}" name="${}" plugins-version="2">
<vendor name="${}" url="${project.organization.url}"/>
<param name="plugin-icon">images/pluginIcon.png</param>
<param name="plugin-logo">images/pluginLogo.png</param>
<!-- add our i18n resource -->
<resource type="i18n" name="i18n" location="myPlugin"/>
<!-- add our web resources -->
<web-resource key="myPlugin-resources" name="myPlugin Web Resources">
<resource type="download" name="myPlugin.css" location="/css/myPlugin.css"/>
<resource type="download" name="myPlugin.js" location="/js/myPlugin.js"/>
<resource type="download" name="images/" location="/images"/>
<resource type="download" name="templates" location="/templates"/>

<web-panel name="LocalTimeIndicator" i18n-name-key="" key="local-time-indicator" location="atl.jira.view.issue.right.context" weight="1000">
<description key="local-time-indicator.description">The LocalTimeIndicator Plugin</description>
<context-provider class="com.atlassian.tutorial.myPlugin.impl.LocalTimeIndicatorPluginImpl"/>
<resource name="view" type="velocity" location="templates/local-time-indicator.vm"/>
<label key="local-time-indicator.title"/>


Velocity template

<title>Local time indicator</title>
<tbody id="results">
#foreach ( $result in $results )

I have two ideas:

  1. you identify your resources with prefix myPlugin. I think it is some "tutorial" value and it can be used by anyone. Maybe you implemented something already which has similar naming. I would change it to something more individual like locaTimeIndicator-resources
  2. I guess, template displayed as part of the issue should not contain "html" part. So following html is enough:
    1. <table>
      <tbody id="results">
      #foreach ( $result in $results )
Like Иван Лучкин likes this

Martin, thank you very much! Removing those tags solved my issue.

Cool,you are welcome...happy to help 🙂

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