Notification Scheme Edited

Hi guys,

We need to get mail notification when some admins add/modify/delete permission sheme, is it possible to through some configurations on the JIRA, such as notification schema.

If not possible, what is the better way to achive it? Add on plugin or others? Please give me some advice, thanks.

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Thomas Schlegel Community Champion Jun 27, 2017

Hi,

I don't think that this is possible and I've never heard of a plugin that provides such functions.

I think, you have to trust your admins.

Thomas is right, there is nothing like this.  Notification schemes are for issues, not configuration.

You'll need to write add-ons that can hook into it (I've not seen one to do it)

The only tracking there is currently is the audit log.

 

thanks, we should change our direction.

We have another two questions.

1.Does JIRA provide some event, such as scheme been update?

2.We want to send some mail notification not only about issues but also other things, in another word ,we need to customize ourself mail notification,is it possible? and which kind of plugin could implement that?

No, there are no events for that.  The audit log captures scheme changes, but there are no events.

You could write a plugin to hook into the administrative stuff in a similar way to the audit log does, but I'm not sure how complex it might be.

thanks.

We want to send some mail notification not only about issues but also other things, in another word ,we need to customize ourself mail notification,is it possible? and which kind of plugin could implement that?

I'm not sure what you mean by "type of plugin".  You need to find or write an add-on that you can deploy on JIRA.

yes, I am finding an add-on, but don't have any clue.

Do you know which plugin module is suitable for mail notification?

Most modules can be made to do mail notifications.  You need to be writing a module that can hook into the administration functions.  I'm not sure that there is a specific type for that.

thanks, I have fixed this issue by  MailServerManager mailServerManager = ComponentAccessor.getMailServerManager();
 

Maybe my question is not clear.

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