I have upgraded my instance to JIRA Software 8.1.0 and JIRA Service Desk to 4.1.0 last week and it has been running smoothly.
This morning I activated the Batching Notification Emails feature and from that moment, no further notifications have been sent, either from JIRA or JIRA Service Desk.
I have in the meantime turned off the setting and notifications are being sent normally.
Is there any setting I should activate for this to work?
Batching notification are sent every 10 minutes because it will get as many notifications as possible during this time and group it to only one notification.
You can find more details here:
Every summary email will contain updates that occurred in a single issue within the last 10 minutes, including changes to any of the issue fields, comments, work logs, and attachments. For example, if 10 changes have been introduced to an issue - 8 in the first 10 minutes and 2 in the following 10, you'll receive 2 emails - one listing 8 and the other listing 2 changes.
I created a ticket with our support to check the logs for a better understanding of what is causing the batching notifications to do not being sent.
You should have received an email and soon someone will contact you.
Once it's resolved, feel free to share the resolution here to help other community members.
I've checked the ticket where our support team is investigating and sending some tests, but it was not resolved yet.
Feel free to raise a ticket on support.atlassian.com adding more details about the issue you are facing and also if you did some test because we still don't know what is causing the issue.
I'm having the same issue. Batching email notifications does not work. Sending the separate emails is working fine. I did some debugging and my conclusion is that this is due to missing database tables, as I found in the jira log entries like:
Caused by: com.mysql.jdbc.exceptions.jdbc4.MySQLSyntaxErrorException: Table 'AO_733371_EVENT_RECIPIENT' doesn't exist.
I recently upgraded MariaDB to MySQL. I don't know if this is related.
Tables that do not exist within the MySQL database:
Has anyone a clue how to create these 2 missing tables? -> yes, see next reply
Andy from Atlassian pinpointed the root cause of the missing tables. When using MySQL 5.7 it seems additional (References) persmissions are required.
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