I have followed all the instructions defined in https://scriptrunner.adaptavist.com/latest/confluence/intellij-integration.html, and have reached a point in which I have a project automatically created via JIRA.
However, I have couple of issues which result in an error message appearing in JIRA;
Having looked at Intellij logs, I can see the following displayed after I define the location of the JIRA source code;
No such property: JAR_SEPARATOR for class: com.intellij.ide.fileTemplates.impl.UrlUtil
When I click the "intellij" button next to the inline script editor, I see the following error in Intelli;
Unrecognized field "application" (class com.adaptavist.idea.rest.server.OpenInIdeAction), not marked as ignorable (11 known properties: "sessionId", "metaClass", "deserialiseToClass", "scriptText", "scriptInfo", "name", "confirmCreate", "scriptRoot", "baseUrl", "scriptFile", "channelId"])
Sniffing the network traffic between the browser and intellij, I can see that one of the requests failed;
I have tried downgrading the plugin to 0.5 and 0.1 but both that my versio of Intellij does not support it
Intellij Version: Ultimate 2107.2.6
JIRA Version: (v7.4.4#74006-sha1:cbc13d9)
Java Version: jdk1.8.0_121
Script Runner version: 5.2.1
OS: OSX Sierra (10.12.3)
Can you make sure that you have the latest version of the plugin (0.7.12)? You can get it from our JetBrains listing https://plugins.jetbrains.com/plugin/9751-scriptrunner-idea-plugin or download it via IDEA's plugin manager.
Yes. The latest release of the plugin (0.7.13) should work with IntelliJ builds in the 173 range. The one exception is from the Behaviours pages, which is currently broken.
Full disclosure: These compatibility breaks are one reason that the IntelliJ integration is still behind a dark feature flag. We're working to get the infrastructure in place to that we can switch that off, and make it a full fledged feature like any other, with good compatibility checks any time JetBrains or Atlassian do another release. We don't have a hard release date on that, but keep an eye on our release notes for the eventual announcement when the IntelliJ integration comes into the light. :)
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