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ActiveObjects saves nulls

chintu Parameshwar Oct 11, 2012


I'm writing a plugin, it using ActiveObjects, my plugin works fine(saving and retrieving values) with HSQL db(If I invoke it from atlassian sdk using atlas-run). But when I move the plugin to same version JIRA of other instance(using mysql), the save operation stores null values in all the columns of AO* table:

| ID | TEST1 | TEST2 | TEST3 |
|  1 |  NULL |  NULL |  NULL |
|  2 |  NULL |  NULL |  NULL |

Could you please let me know where I'm missing?

Thanks a million!

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Andy Brook (DEV) Oct 14, 2012

When I've had that happen it indicates you may not have saved your entities, or there is something up with your plugin, check logs? I test against postgres and mysql, each does work (you dont specific a product, so Im assuming JIRA)

Kinto Soft Jun 15, 2013

That does not mean there is not a bug on MySQL and ActiveObjects working on an specific versions of JIRA.

Just the same bug than @chintu926 on JIRA + MySQL (and probably @Nabil too) has been reported for one of my plug-ins using Active Objects... and, for example, I've found this bug reported by an user trying to use the Tempo add-on:

According to that user, a problem with ActiveObjects was not related to the plug-in. It was related to ActiveObjects working with MySQL on JIRA. After he upgraded JIRA, the problem was resolved and the plug-in worked fine.

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Nabil Sayegh Mar 03, 2013

Did you ever get that sorted out?

I also have the problem that save() leaves the columns at null.

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