We are working on a plugin for Jira 7.2.X.
Here i noticed a strange issue which i am unable to explain why.
Old way i.e. Jira 6 way of dispatching events dispatches events in Jira 7 too i.e.
ComponentAccessor.getIssueEventManager().dispatchEvent(eventIdAsLong, issue, context, loggedInUser,false);
Where as the Jira 7 way does not dispatch an event and the Lister doe not get any events.
IssueEvent issueEvent = new IssueEvent(issue, context, loggedInUser, eventIdAsLong,false);
IssueEventBundleFactory eventBundleFactory = ComponentAccessor.getComponentOfType(IssueEventBundleFactory.class);
IssueEventBundle eventBundle = eventBundleFactory.wrapInBundle(issueEvent);
Does anyone know what is the right way to dispatch events in Jira 7?
Thanks in advance,
This code works for me in Jira 7, looks fairly identical to yours
Long EVENT_ID = new Long("10000")
def appuser = ComponentAccessor.getUserManager().getUserByName('userid')
IssueEventManager issueEventM = ComponentAccessor.getIssueEventManager()
IssueEventBundleFactory issueEventFactory = (IssueEventBundleFactory) ComponentAccessor.getComponent(IssueEventBundleFactory.class)
IssueEventBundle eventBundle = issueEventFactory.wrapInBundle(new IssueEvent (issue, null, appuser, EVENT_ID, true))
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