JIRA Log messages "BrowserEvent property values should not be Collections or Maps"

Seeing lots of these warning messages in the JIRA log -

/rest/analytics/1.0/publish/bulk [analytics.client.browser.PublisherResource] BrowserEvent property values should not be Collections or Maps. name=kickass.inlineEdit, properties={issueId=****

We have modified our logging levels, but i'm struggling to understand what this one means, and if unimportant which i suspect it might be, I cannot determine which logger this is coming from.

Any ideas?

Thanks

Conor

 

 

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Andy Nguyen Atlassian Team Jan 12, 2015

Hi guys,

This warning is thrown by JIRA Analytics plugin which is bundled since version 6.3.3.

You're supposed to see it when you edit a field inline in a View Issue screen.

More information can be found in https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-41593

I'm not sure about Confluence, but it may share the same concept.

Cheers,

Andy

We get similar warnings in Confluence: 2014-11-06 15:02:53,877 WARN [http-bio-8391-exec-3678] [analytics.client.browser.PublisherResource] apply BrowserEvent property values should not be Collections or Maps. name=user-menu-link-content.user-item.clicked, properties={data={id=view-mytasks-link}} and 2014-11-06 15:02:53,888 WARN [http-bio-8391-exec-3678] [analytics.client.browser.PublisherResource] apply BrowserEvent property values should not be Collections or Maps. name=confluence-spaces.tasks.my_tasks.filtered, properties={data={taskCategory=assignedToMe, statusCategory=incomplete}} No idea where it comes from.

Hi, We started seeing this also when we upgraded to JIRA 6.3.10 from 6.2.3. Can @Logostech Atlassian Support look into this please? -Bjarni

Have you found a root cause or resolution for this?

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