Reindexing problem with a JJupin customfield

Hello everyone

In our JIRA instance, we have a customfield (JJupin SIL) to return the last comment on an Issue, if the connected user have the right on that issue

On our last reindex, we had a lot of errors in our log:

2015-12-16 22:37:53,626 IssueIndexer:thread-1 ERROR plboucher 1357x3310769x1 1ajxm15, /secure/admin/IndexReIndex.jspa [keplerrominfo.sil.lang.SILUtils] [SIL Error on line: 4, column: 31] No user logged in.
2015-12-16 22:37:53,628 IssueIndexer:thread-1 ERROR plboucher 1357x3310769x1 1ajxm15, /secure/admin/IndexReIndex.jspa [jira.commons.silrunner.UnifiedSilRunner] Exception while executing SIL program >>SilScript custom field Default Configuration for Dernier commentaire<<


This is the code in my LastComment scripted field


JComment cmt = getLastComment(key);

if(userHasAccessToComment(currentUser(), cmt["id"])){
return userFullName(cmt["author"]) + ": " + cmt["text"];
return "";



I think that currentUser is blank when we launch the reindex process, is there a way to modify my code to make my customfield work also on the reindex process

I'm thinking about validate if currentUser is not null, but I don't find that very clean

Please help!



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The error occurs exactly how you supposed. In order to get rid of that message from the log, you should check if there is any user logged in:

Hope this helps,

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