i get following warnings in the log
2017-08-16 10:47:45,988 ajp-nio-8010-exec-29 WARN arichter 647x4406435x5 jvpgw8 126.96.36.199 /rest/com.onresolve.jira.plugin.Behaviours/1.0/behaviours/validators.json [c.o.j.behaviours.restservice.BehavioursEndpoint] REST /behaviours/validators should not be called with a null issueId. Possible BUG
2017-08-16 10:47:26,876 ajp-nio-8010-exec-28 WARN arichter 647x4406136x4 jvpgw8 188.8.131.52 /rest/com.onresolve.jira.plugin.Behaviours/1.0/behaviours/validators.json [c.o.j.behaviours.restservice.BehavioursEndpoint] REST /behaviours/validators should not be called with a null issueId. Possible BUG
Can anybody tell me what the source of this could be or what is the best way to find the source and fix it?
Thanks and cheers,
I repled to you in your support request, but i will copy my answer and here just in case someone esle has the same question.
This was actually a bug that was fixed for version 5.0.11 - SRJIRA-1883
If you cannot update to the latest version though, there is nothing to worry about (apart from the fact that this is a false alarm). My guess is that you get this message whenever you are trying to log work via tempo (or open a tempo related form) and the code responsible for behaviours triggers but it does not execute anything. And even if you had a behaviour still it wouldn't execute anything because it cannot find the right context (no issue id in that form).
It's a potential problem with the ScriptRunner add-on.
For most add-ons, I would immediately check for updated versions of of the add-on in case there is a fix for it, and then ask the vendor, as that's the sort of thing that is very likely to be a bug in their code.
However. ScriptRunner lets you write and run your own code inside JIRA. So it could easily be the code you wrote that is failing (by "you", I mean "any of your administrators")
In this case, the warning mentions behaviours\validators, so you know it is going to be in there. Go to admin -> ScriptRunner -> Behaviors and have a look through all the validator type ones, it looks like a behaviour is trying to execute on a screen that does not have any issue context.
If you're still stuck or can't see any flaws (and it might still be a bug in ScriptRunner), my colleagues will be happy to take a look if you raise it at https://productsupport.adaptavist.com/servicedesk/customer/portal/2/
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