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  1. Jira Data Center
  2. JRASERVER-13848

JIRA to advise when a new version of an installed plugin has been issued



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      This issue maybe linked to JRA-10733 : I have just realised that most of the plugins we are using in JIRA have been already updated several times by the developers (i.e. there is at least a new version of the plugin available).
      I am wondering if, in the plugins metadata you have, there is an information (e.g. a repository in internet, an URL) allowing JIRA server to verify periodically wheter new versions of an installed plugin are available and warn the jira-admin group consequently.

      After that, obviously the feature requested by JRA-10733 would close the loop , allowing an easier update of the tool.

      I am not asking something like Thundevird who has a dedicated pane able to verify if there are new version of the installed plugin, able to verify existance but also to download and install it "on demand" (it woulkd be a dream in fact) but at least an "obsever" who warns in case new versions is detected. An email containing which plugins have to be updated would be the minimum.


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              39a66cbcd5fa Antonio Vollono
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