Found a piece that isn’t well documented. But as usual, I’m explaining my steps and then the solution. It’s no real big deal anyway. 🙂
After a lengthy JIRA tip, I’m about to blog a Keyboard Ninja tip for users who do a lot of Ctrl + R thingy to navigate Bash history.
JIRA to JIRA project migration — most of the time this has been a headache when it comes to customer negotiations and compromises.
So, this is loosely another part of the unofficial series ‘fixing a corrupted JIRA db‘.
However, this is a different case. This JIRA instance (7.1.x) was created by importing a huge XML backup (> 1 million issues). Due to an unknown reason, ActiveObjects didn’t import. That means, JIRA Software (aka JIRA Agile) no longer functioned normal.
Yesterday I blogged about how to fix JIRA Permission Schemes of a corrupted JIRA database. The observation was from atlassian-jira.log, but in my case I soon found out the problem was much greater in my case.
Edit (24 May): Spoiler alert! There’s a better way.
I came across a corrupted JIRA database with all projects lost their permission schemes.
Once installed their app, Facebook thinks they own our mobile devices.
At first, there was the peaceful all-purpose Facebook app. And some time later they separated messaging into another app, creating the Messenger. Initially it was at user’s discretion to use Messenger or Facebook app for messaging. Initially it looked polite but lately everyone was gradually forced to install Messenger. Another app… sigh! Personally, for me messaging is just messaging. I don’t want a childlike fairyland for just sending and receiving messages.
Recently I wrote about Mobitel LiveScreen because I was unhappy about the experience.
As soon I published that on my Facebook page (850+ likes), it instantly took vast public attention. So far it reached 13,000+ people without targeted advertising. Given my page’s member base is small, the post made a significant reach. Unless advertised none of my other blog posts ever reached more than 500 people on average. By the time of this writing, I’ve seen more people have started to voice against VAS scams which is a good trend.
Wunderlist again. Currently this is the only Microsoft thing that I use – apart of Windows servers involved in my DevOps job.
I have reasons to believe that it rather steals contacts from your phone rather than politely synchronizing them.
Once you install Facebook, it forces you to install Messenger aside. If you don’t it will keep sending you new message notifications but not letting you read them. So you install Messenger.