com.atlassian.confluence.upgrade.upgradetask
Class UserIndexingUpgradeTask

java.lang.Object
  extended by com.atlassian.confluence.upgrade.AbstractUpgradeTask
      extended by com.atlassian.confluence.upgrade.upgradetask.UserIndexingUpgradeTask
All Implemented Interfaces:
BackupSupport, DatabaseUpgradeTask, UpgradeTask, UpgradeTaskInfo, org.springframework.beans.factory.BeanNameAware

public class UserIndexingUpgradeTask
extends AbstractUpgradeTask
implements DatabaseUpgradeTask

Upgrade task to ensure that for all the user names attached to content in Confluence a PersonalInformation objects exist. Any user names that don't have matching PersonalInformation will have their PersonalInformation created (which will involve accessing the user via the UserAccessor). Also re-indexes all PersonalInformation objects, ensuring their profile picture URL and user key are indexed.


Constructor Summary
UserIndexingUpgradeTask(PersonalInformationManager personalInformationManager, net.sf.hibernate.SessionFactory sessionFactory, BatchOperationManager batchOperationManager, IndexQueueEntryDao indexQueueEntryDao)
           
 
Method Summary
 boolean breaksBackwardCompatibility()
          Returns true if a new export can't be imported in an older instance.
 void doUpgrade()
          Perform the upgrade.
 String getBuildNumber()
           
 String getShortDescription()
          A short (<50 chars) description of the upgrade action
 boolean runOnSpaceImport()
          Returns true if an older Space can't be imported in a new instance without running this task.
 
Methods inherited from class com.atlassian.confluence.upgrade.AbstractUpgradeTask
addAllErrors, addError, addError, getConstraint, getErrors, getName, isDatabaseUpgrade, setBeanName, setBuildNumber, validate
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 
Methods inherited from interface com.atlassian.confluence.upgrade.UpgradeTask
getConstraint, getErrors, validate
 
Methods inherited from interface com.atlassian.confluence.upgrade.UpgradeTaskInfo
getName, isDatabaseUpgrade
 

Constructor Detail

UserIndexingUpgradeTask

public UserIndexingUpgradeTask(PersonalInformationManager personalInformationManager,
                               net.sf.hibernate.SessionFactory sessionFactory,
                               BatchOperationManager batchOperationManager,
                               IndexQueueEntryDao indexQueueEntryDao)
Method Detail

doUpgrade

public void doUpgrade()
               throws Exception
Description copied from interface: UpgradeTask
Perform the upgrade.

Specified by:
doUpgrade in interface UpgradeTask
Throws:
Exception

getBuildNumber

public String getBuildNumber()
Specified by:
getBuildNumber in interface UpgradeTaskInfo
Overrides:
getBuildNumber in class AbstractUpgradeTask
Returns:
The build number that this upgrade is applicable to

getShortDescription

public String getShortDescription()
Description copied from interface: UpgradeTaskInfo
A short (<50 chars) description of the upgrade action

Specified by:
getShortDescription in interface UpgradeTaskInfo
Overrides:
getShortDescription in class AbstractUpgradeTask

runOnSpaceImport

public boolean runOnSpaceImport()
Description copied from interface: BackupSupport
Returns true if an older Space can't be imported in a new instance without running this task. For example:

Note that tasks don't run on space import yet, so we just reject the import in this case.

Specified by:
runOnSpaceImport in interface BackupSupport

breaksBackwardCompatibility

public boolean breaksBackwardCompatibility()
Description copied from interface: BackupSupport
Returns true if a new export can't be imported in an older instance. Breaking compatibility means a snapshot of the new version will not work at all with the previous version. For example: The best way to test is whether a newer export can be imported (with fully working features) in an older instance.

Specified by:
breaksBackwardCompatibility in interface BackupSupport


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