I have JIRA linked with Hudson instance through application link. However, each time I access to JIRA System Dashboard, a warning appears as follows:
2014-05-14 14:10:14,980 http-bio-8080-exec-225 WARN darly.senecal 850x28181x1 1kwobl jira.ip.add.ress /plugins/servlet/streams [atlassian.streams.internal.StreamsCompletionService] Registering failure for stream provider hudson due to error other
How to get rid of this annoying warning. Do I need to install the Jenkins integration plugin?
No you don't need to install the Jenkins plugin if you don't want to.
You can savely ignore this error. The Streams for Jenkins are provided by the JIRA plugin.
I'll take a look in the code to see if I can disable this in the new version of the Applinks framework. Was not able to do so previously.
The project to integrate Jenkins with JIRA is implemented using two plugin.
The later is optional but highly recommened. It provides a Change log annotator and a build notifier to notify JIRA when a build has completed.
Next to this both plugins contain Application Link specific implementations. The JIRA plugins needs this in other to synchronise build results at an hourly interval.
The plugin for Jenkins provides not only endpoints needed to improve the application and project linking capabilities, but also provided OAuth authentication allowing even easier integration between the products.
The plugin for JIRA provides the synchronisation of build results, the ci build panels and the activity streams entries.
Documentation site: https://marvelution.atlassian.net/wiki/display/JJI/Documentation+Home
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