Catalina.out – another tip

Catalina.out is very important, but if you have problems with disk free size, may be useful work with *.properties files to reduce the row logged. Let me explain 🙂 Scenario Every time a user reference an issue in Jira, some rows are added to Catalina.out, like following examples. 2016-02-19 15:12:07,840 http-nio-8032-exec-2 WARN admin 912x1017x1 g2ksfs…

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New features of Jira 7.9 and MrAddon

Some time ago, we talk about some “tricks” to get better performance in our mid-large Jira’s. Two tricks to improve the performance and security of your Jira Server 7.4 Now, in Jira 7.9 they have solved the “empty search issue“. It’s a great please for us and we are happy to see how Atlassian listen…

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How to make text field (multi-line) custom field support richtext/wiki format in Jira like the Description System field.

If you want to see your text field multi-line customfields in JIRA like the system field “Description“, it’s very easy. Just create the field (text field multi-line), and in the Field Configuration Scheme of the project change the field Render to “Wiki Style“. This is all! (Click here to see how to construct your Description…

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How to calculate “Lead Time” or “Real Average Resolution Days” with EazyBI and JIRA

The default calculated measure of EazyBI “Average Resolution Days” counts until the last Resolution filled ( not until the first value of the Resolution field), then if you set a new Resolution from “Resolved” to “Close” statuses, the value will be measured until “Close”. EazyBI counts the resolution time till the last resolution. This is…

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Two tricks to improve the performance and security of your Jira Server 7.4

There are two tricks to improve the performance and the security of a large Jira Server 7.4 For the first “trick“, we can develop a little Jira plugin, or we can set a “Script Fragment” with the plugin Adaptavist Groovy Scriptrunner. The purpose of the improvement is to avoid problematic JQL queries. In Jira, by default,…

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