brightoncomputers at brightontown
Jun 12, 2006, 3:38 AM
Post #45 of 75
> -----Original Message-----
RE: [jira] Subscription: FOR-open-with-patch
[In reply to]
> From: Ross Gardler [mailto:rgardler [at] apache]
> Sent: Monday, 12 June 2006 4:11 PM
> To: dev [at] forrest
> Subject: Re: [jira] Subscription: FOR-open-with-patch
> Gav.... wrote:
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>From: Ross Gardler [mailto:rgardler [at] apache]
> >>Sent: Monday, 12 June 2006 6:02 AM
> >>To: dev [at] forrest
> >>Subject: Re: [jira] Subscription: FOR-open-with-patch
> >>jira [at] apache wrote:
> >>>Issue Subscription
> >>>Filter: FOR-open-with-patch (12 issues)
> >>>Subscriber: rgardler
> >>We still seem to have two incompatible messages from JIRA. Both appear
> >>to be set up by myself (i.e. Subscriber: rgardler).
> >>Some time ago, before the existence of the "patch" field, I created a
> >>filter that may well have had the same name. This filter would create
> >>different results as it worked by assuming an attachment was a patch. I
> >>also tried to set up a mail subscription, but this never seemed to work.
> >>I checked this last week at Davids request and saw no second filter
> >>called "FOR-open-with-patch", I see only one filter with a single
> >>subscription. I also only see one FOR-* filter with a subscription, the
> >>correct one (i.e. returns 7 issues) See 
> >>Does anyone have any idea how this is happening? If I it dead silence
> >>here I'll go to the infra@ list. Can I please request that everyone at
> >>least looks at the filters in Jira and ensure that you can't see what is
> >>causing this double subscription, that way I can tell infra we have done
> >>what checks we can.
> >> http://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/ManageFilters.jspa
> > I don't know why it is happening, but to confirm from the above link for
> > I can see only one instance of FOR-open-with-patch - created by David
> > Crossley.
> > Everyones view of this page will show differently for the 'Your Filters'
> > section, i.e. - filters created by you. What does yours say.
> I can't see a "Your Filters" link, where is it? I only see a "Manage
> Filters" (perhaps because I am an admin?)
Possibly, or because you have not set up any specific filters for you - I
have set one up and so I presume if I delete it the section will disappear -
- er, just done that, nope the section is still there. Under 'Manage
Filters' I have a section called 'Your Filters' and under that one called
'Viewable Filters' .
So it could be that because you are Admin you have no need for such a
section (don't see why not though!)
Also, having a section called 'Viewable Filters' makes me think there must
also be a section somewhere where 'Hidden Filters' may exist. And our
duplicate may live there. I am guessing, I am no expert in the Admin of
Jira, I did download it for evaluation but could not afford the licence, so
bought something cheaper for my purposes instead.
> > There have been Issues with Jira in the past where filters can get
> > but remain active if the creator of the filter is deleted, and other
> > bugs.
> Ahhh... We my be hitting such a bug then.
> > I am subscribed to the jira-users list, I'll do a search and see if
> > like it comes up, otherwise I'll email the problem to them and see what
> > say.
> That would be great - thanks.
I have emailed jira-users and will forward on the reply.
> > I take it infra@ manage jira then do they?
> Yes, the infra@ list is where all things pertaining to ASF
> infrastructure are handled.
> >  - http://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-8059
> >  - http://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-6561
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