Uncaught TypeError: Object function (){return this.replace(/([:.])/g,"\\$1")} has no method 'toLowerCase'

We get a Exception if we go to an agile board and than click "Create issue".

If we are in jira classic and click "Create issue", the problem does not appear.

We have the Exception only in Chrome 25, Not in Firefox 17 or Firefox 25.

JIRA 5.1.8

JIRA Agile 6.3.4

The Exception has no influence on the functionallity - as usual a pop-up-windows appears and i can create the new issue without problems.

but as a user i am confuesed.

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Renjith Pillai Community Champion Nov 16, 2013

May be this is same as https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/GHS-10021, try to upgrade to the latest version of JIRA Agile (a.k.a GreenHopper)

Good morning.

Thank you for your answer, but I'm afraid this is not an option, because there are not any new versions from JIRA Agile published for JIRA 5.1.8.

Best regards

Renjith Pillai Community Champion Nov 17, 2013

Your original question said JIRA 5.2.8. Hence 6.3.4.3 is compatible with that and hence my answer.

Oh, i'm sorry. This was a typo - i meant 5.1.8 (a edited my question now).

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