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Hello to all,
What do I have to care for when uploading my plugin into an existing JIRA System. My Plugin uses
Please help me.
Right. Well, the Tomcat variation might be it, but running stuff compiled under one version of Java in a different version is asking for trouble.
Try building your plugin using the version of Java (and ideally, Tomcat) that you are using in production.
OK, java version is now the same. Still the views aren't displayed properly. Do you think it depends on my base url. For the system I want to integrat the plugin it's https instead http?
I've got an oracle db instead of hsql and I am using active objects.
Do I have to restart the JIRA System, so the plugin can run correctly?
You've completely recompiled the plugin with the correct target version of Java, and re-installed it. A restart of Jira might be helpful to ensure it's all "clean"
The base url is critical to Jira, you can only have one, so I'm not sure why you're asking about http and https. It's one or the other, but your plugin should not really care, it should just work. If it's trying to use a different url from the base in Jira, then it's wrong and it's not going to work.
Database and active objects shouldn't matter at all - if you've written the code correctly, then that's all abstracted and you could be using hsql, mysql or anything else Jira runs on.
OK, I found the mistake why all my views were displayed weird in our productive system.
In my own test system, I always used URL paths including jira like <host>/jira/secure/Resource.jspa.
Omitting "jira" in the URL causes that the single websites are called correctly and displayed properly like intended. But now when I use my own JIRA test-system I can't call the websites anymore because jira is missing in the URL. Well, what counts is that my plugin works fine in productive system.
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