Uses of Interface

Packages that use StartupCheck

Uses of StartupCheck in com.atlassian.jira.appconsistency.db

Classes in com.atlassian.jira.appconsistency.db that implement StartupCheck
 class Build178SchemaCheck
 class BuildVersionCheck
          This is a database check that verifies that user is not running old version of JIRA on the data in the database created by more recent version of JIRA.
 class DatabaseConsistencyCheck
 class MinimumUpgradableVersionCheck
          This is a database check that verifies that the data is not too old to be upgraded by this version of JIRA.
 class PostgresSchemaConfigCheck
          A checker that will print a log message if the database is Postgres and the schema name contains upper case.
 class PublicSchemaConfigCheck
          A DatabaseCheck that looks in the entityengine.xml for an anticipated misconfiguration, the combination of setting schema-name to PUBLIC (upper case) on a database other than HSQL.

Uses of StartupCheck in com.atlassian.jira.startup

Classes in com.atlassian.jira.startup that implement StartupCheck
 class JiraHomeStartupCheck
          This StartupCheck will check that there is a valid jira.home configured that we can get an exclusive lock on.
 class StartupCheckImpl
          Represents a generic failed StartupCheck.

Methods in com.atlassian.jira.startup that return StartupCheck
static StartupCheck JiraStartupChecklist.getFailedStartupCheck()
          Returns the StartupCheck that failed, if any.

Methods in com.atlassian.jira.startup with parameters of type StartupCheck
static void JiraStartupChecklist.setFailedStartupCheck(StartupCheck startupCheck)
          Allows an external operation to declare that the startup failed, and give the message to be displayed in JIRA's "JIRA is locked" web page.

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