Unexplained JQL Query in the slow-queries log

Not sure where these are coming from. . .

[issue.search.providers.LuceneSearchProvider_SLOW] JQL query '' produced lucene query '+nonemptyfieldids:resolutiondate +nonemptyfieldids:created' and took '417' ms to run.

The UserID associated with this record does not have a filter that resembles this.

Any ideas is appreciated.

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The user used an addon which ran a JQL query under their persona as a search context. Talk to the user, monitor the logs, oh, perhaps LogTailer if you're bored of rdesktop/ssh, anyway, monitor for a repeat of the user doign their thing, narrow where its coming from, locate the addon in question.

thanks for the idea - can you help clarify what you mean by "The user used an addon" ?? not quite sure I understand what this is? Thanks again

JQL queries do not happen in isolation, they run in the context of a user (permissions etc), therefore, a user may have accessed a feature (possibly contributed by an addon, possibly JIRA itself) that ran a query, or has data that caused that query to run.

JQL queries are not just for search filters, they are used through JIRA for filtering and retrieval.

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