I am trying to restore JIRA with *only* a database dump of JIRA and the attachments folder (not the rest of the home folder).
Unfortunately, the original server has been updated to a new version of JIRA so I cant use the home directory.
Is there anyway this restore can work?
When I try it, I start JIRA, and get a page saying JIRA is locked and the following error:
Error occurred while starting Plugin Manager. while inserting: [GenericEntity:OSPropertyEntry][id,null][entityId,1][propertyKey,jira.plugin.state-.com.spartez.scrumprint.scrumplugin][type,5][entityName,jira.properties] (SQL Exception while executing the following:INSERT INTO propertyentry (ID, ENTITY_NAME, ENTITY_ID, PROPERTY_KEY, propertytype) VALUES (?, ?, ?, ?, ?) (Column 'ID' cannot be null))
Are you tacking backup of the database & installing fresh Jira & pointing it to the database while installing. If yes please take a note jira store the plugin information into database that where installed on the old Jira
So you need to following
1. Install the Jira
2. Shut down Jira.
3. Copy the Installed plugin & attachment from the old jira home directory to new jira directory.
4. Add the information of the database connectivity to the dbconfig.xml file &
5. Start Jira.
Once Jira start apply the integrity check on jira to check data Inconsistency & also reindex it.
In this case you have to do following task
1. List down the plugin installed in the older version.
2.Download it from the Marketplace.
3. Copy this to Installed plugin folder & do the above procedure
the plugin which where installed in the older version has its information into the database so when ever a Jira starts the plugin manger will check the database & does not find the specified plugin installed and point to some Error.
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