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  1. JIRA Server (including JIRA Core)
  2. JRASERVER-14576

Running Jelly service should handler error message properly if there is an invalid password being defined in Jelly Script


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      JIRA does not display the error message properly while it's trying to run the Jelly service with the following script. This script contains the invalid user password.

      <JiraJelly xmlns:jira="jelly:com.atlassian.jira.jelly.enterprise.JiraTagLib" xmlns:core="jelly:core" xmlns:log="jelly:log" >
      <jira:Login username="admin" password="password">
      <!-- Properties for the script -->
      <core:set var="comment">This issue has not been updated for 7 days or more.
          * If you have no other questions, please select "Close Issue"
      If this issue is not updated in the next 7 days, it will be automatically closed.</core:set>
      <core:set var="workflowStep" value="Resolve Issue" />
      <core:set var="workflowUser" value="admin" />
      <core:set var="filter7Days" value="10000" />
      <!-- Run the SearchRequestFilter -->
      <jira:RunSearchRequest filterid="${filter7Days}" var="issues" />
      <core:forEach var="issue" items="${issues}">
      <jira:TransitionWorkflow key="${issue.key}" user="${workflowUser}" workflowAction="${workflowStep}" comment="${comment}"/>

      The filter with the id 10000 does exist in JIRA. However, it displays the following error messages after the Jelly Service is executed.

      org.apache.commons.jelly.JellyTagException: file:/C:/Documents and Settings/cychan/Desktop/Text1.txt:16:65: <jira:RunSearchRequest> Search
       Filter with id 10000 did not exist
              at com.atlassian.jira.jelly.tag.RunSearchRequest.buildSearchRequestFromFilter(RunSearchRequest.java:116)

      If the user password is correctly defined, Jelly Service is executed successfully. Hence, JIRA should display the invalid login error message whenever the user password is not correct.


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                cychan Chai Ying Chan [Atlassian]
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