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From "Lucas Hahn (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Created] (MCHANGES-353) The RestJiraDownloader ignores the filter property.
Date Thu, 21 May 2015 21:31:19 GMT
Lucas Hahn created MCHANGES-353:

             Summary: The RestJiraDownloader ignores the filter property.
                 Key: MCHANGES-353
             Project: Maven Changes Plugin
          Issue Type: Bug
    Affects Versions: 2.11
            Reporter: Lucas Hahn

In RestJiraDownloader the JQL query is created as such:

String jqlQuery = new JqlQueryBuilder( log ).urlEncode( false ).project( jiraProject ).fixVersion(getFixFor()
).fixVersionIds( resolvedFixVersionIds ).statusIds( resolvedStatusIds ).priorityIds( resolvedPriorityIds
).resolutionIds( resolvedResolutionIds ).components( resolvedComponentIds ).typeIds( resolvedTypeIds
).sortColumnNames( sortColumnNames ).build();

As you can see, the filter method isn't called (unlike the ClassicJiraDownloader). This makes
the user unable to specify specific JQL.

I feel like the best solution is if the filter attribute is valued then it creates a completely
separate JQL query so it doesn't use any defaults.

Either way, it seems like one should be able to use the filter attribute in some way.

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