i'm getting the following error in log file
ERROR tsol 860x182118x2 l54c9w 10.0.9.115,10.0.8.55 /issues/ [jira.groovy.jql.ScriptedJqlFunction] Function scriptedFunction didn't have a data type, returning Issue. Possibly plugin not started yet
I'm getting the error quite often.
I don't know for what reason i'm getting this error.
I tried to reproduce on my own by doing some actions but without luck.
Should i change something on the plugin?
Kostas, this is an issue that I am working on. I don't think it means there is any problem but yes it it's annoying.
You could set the log level to fatal for that class if you wanted, but I will try to get a fix for this soon.
Same problem here (JIRA 5.1.5), initially the scripted jql functions didn't work at all for me returning this particular error on the log. When I try the scripted jql function from the preview page they work alright, but when I try to use them on the Issue Navigator's JQL search they refuse to work.
And the funny part now, after leaving the server to rest for one night, I return, login again and voila the functions work. The early indicator was that when I was composing the JQL after typing the "in" operator I got the drop-down with available functions, which was not the case before. I don't remember doning anything in particular to make it work, only that I played around with the previews and tried to create one function from scratch.
In secure/admin/groovy/ViewScriptedJqlFunctions!default.jspa there is a "Disable" action for each function, when I press it nothing happens, I mean I would expect that the "Enable" will be active as a result, but the UI stays the same and the functions is still available to use when searching.
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