com.atlassian.jira.issue.link
Class RemoteIssueLink

java.lang.Object
  extended by com.atlassian.jira.issue.link.RemoteIssueLink

@PublicApi
public final class RemoteIssueLink
extends Object

Represents a link between a JIRA issue and a remote object in a remote application. Examples may include:

Since:
v5.0
See Also:
RemoteIssueLinkBuilder

Field Summary
static String APPLICATION_TYPE_CONFLUENCE
           
static String APPLICATION_TYPE_JIRA
           
 
Constructor Summary
RemoteIssueLink(Long id, Long issueId, String globalId, String title, String summary, String url, String iconUrl, String iconTitle, String relationship, Boolean resolved, String statusIconUrl, String statusIconTitle, String statusIconLink, String applicationType, String applicationName)
           
RemoteIssueLink(Long id, Long issueId, String globalId, String title, String summary, String url, String iconUrl, String iconTitle, String relationship, Boolean resolved, String statusIconUrl, String statusIconTitle, String statusIconLink, String applicationType, String applicationName, String statusName, String statusDescription, String statusCategoryKey, String statusCategoryColorName)
           
 
Method Summary
 String getApplicationName()
          Returns the human-readable name of the remote application instance that contains the remote object.
 String getApplicationType()
          Returns the type of remote application that we are linking with.
 String getGlobalId()
          Returns a String which uniquely identifies the object in the remote application.
 String getIconTitle()
          Returns the tool tip text for the icon.
 String getIconUrl()
          Returns a url for an icon to represent the remote object.
 Long getId()
          Returns the id of the link.
 Long getIssueId()
          Returns the id of the issue we are linking with.
 String getRelationship()
          Returns a String which describes the relationship between the JIRA issue and the remote object.
 String getStatusCategoryColorName()
           
 String getStatusCategoryKey()
           
 String getStatusDescription()
           
 String getStatusIconLink()
          Returns a hyperlink for the status icon.
 String getStatusIconTitle()
          Returns the tool tip text for the status icon.
 String getStatusIconUrl()
          Returns a url for an icon representing the status of the remote object.
 String getStatusName()
           
 String getSummary()
          Returns a summary of the remote object.
 String getTitle()
          Returns a String to identify the remote object.
 String getUrl()
          Returns a url to the object in the remote application.
 boolean hasStatusCategory()
           
 Boolean isResolved()
          Returns a Boolean to indicate whether the remote object is resolved or not.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Field Detail

APPLICATION_TYPE_JIRA

public static String APPLICATION_TYPE_JIRA

APPLICATION_TYPE_CONFLUENCE

public static String APPLICATION_TYPE_CONFLUENCE
Constructor Detail

RemoteIssueLink

public RemoteIssueLink(Long id,
                       Long issueId,
                       String globalId,
                       String title,
                       String summary,
                       String url,
                       String iconUrl,
                       String iconTitle,
                       String relationship,
                       Boolean resolved,
                       String statusIconUrl,
                       String statusIconTitle,
                       String statusIconLink,
                       String applicationType,
                       String applicationName)

RemoteIssueLink

public RemoteIssueLink(Long id,
                       Long issueId,
                       String globalId,
                       String title,
                       String summary,
                       String url,
                       String iconUrl,
                       String iconTitle,
                       String relationship,
                       Boolean resolved,
                       String statusIconUrl,
                       String statusIconTitle,
                       String statusIconLink,
                       String applicationType,
                       String applicationName,
                       String statusName,
                       String statusDescription,
                       String statusCategoryKey,
                       String statusCategoryColorName)
Method Detail

getId

public Long getId()
Returns the id of the link. This is used to refer to a link when updating and deleting.

Returns:
the id of the link

getIssueId

public Long getIssueId()
Returns the id of the issue we are linking with.

Returns:
the id of the issue we are linking with

getGlobalId

public String getGlobalId()
Returns a String which uniquely identifies the object in the remote application. This value must be unique across all remote objects in all remote applications. The maximum length of this field is 255 characters.

For simplicity, this could simply be the url, although this is not wise if there is a chance the url may change.

This value is not displayed in the JIRA user interface. We suggest including in this field any values that will be needed by a renderer plugin, for example the application url and remote object identifier to make REST calls.

For example: "url=http://www.myapplication.com&ticketid=12345"

Returns:
a String which uniquely identifies the object in the remote application

getTitle

public String getTitle()
Returns a String to identify the remote object. This is shown as the text for the url in the JIRA user interface.

For example: a JIRA issue key, a Confluence page title, a helpdesk ticket number

Returns:
a String to identify the remote object

getSummary

public String getSummary()
Returns a summary of the remote object. This is shown after the title in the JIRA user interface.

For example: a JIRA issue summary, a helpdesk ticket title

Returns:
a summary of the remote object

getUrl

public String getUrl()
Returns a url to the object in the remote application.

For example: a confluence page url

Returns:
a url to the object in the remote application

getIconUrl

public String getIconUrl()
Returns a url for an icon to represent the remote object. The size of the icon should be 16x16 pixels.

For example: http://mycompany.com/jira/images/icons/bug.png

Returns:
a url for an icon to represent the remote object

getIconTitle

public String getIconTitle()
Returns the tool tip text for the icon. The applicationName is prepended to this value to form the icon tool tip text.

For example: "Bug - A problem which impairs or prevents the functions of the product"

Returns:
the tool tip text for the icon

getRelationship

public String getRelationship()
Returns a String which describes the relationship between the JIRA issue and the remote object.

For example: "relates to", "is mentioned in", "links to". It could even be a simple noun, such as "Test Case".

Returns:
a String which describes the relationship between the JIRA issue and the remote object

isResolved

public Boolean isResolved()
Returns a Boolean to indicate whether the remote object is resolved or not. If the value is true, it is "resolved", and if the value is false, it is "unresolved". This value will only make sense where the remote object is something that is resolvable (eg. an issue, support ticket, etc). It will not make sense for things like wiki pages. In that case, the value should be null.

If the value is true, the remote issue link be shown in a strikethrough font in the user interface.

Returns:
a Boolean to indicate whether the remote object is resolved or not

getStatusIconUrl

public String getStatusIconUrl()
Returns a url for an icon representing the status of the remote object. The size of the icon should be 16x16 pixels. This icon is shown next to the summary in the JIRA user interface, and is right justified. This icon does not have to strictly represent a "status", and may instead represent some secondary information about the link.

For example: the status of a JIRA issue, the author of a test case

Returns:
a url for an icon representing the status of the remote object

getStatusIconTitle

public String getStatusIconTitle()
Returns the tool tip text for the status icon. If null, no tool tip text is shown. This value is not used if the statusIconUrl is null.

Returns:
the tool tip text for the status icon

getStatusIconLink

public String getStatusIconLink()
Returns a hyperlink for the status icon. If null, no hyperlink is shown. This value is not used if the statusIconUrl is null.

Returns:
a hyperlink for the status icon

getApplicationType

public String getApplicationType()
Returns the type of remote application that we are linking with. This should be the product name, namespaced with the product company. This value is not displayed in the JIRA user interface. Links are grouped based on the applicationType and applicationName in the user interface.

Renderering plugins can register to render a certain type of application. It is not possible to use a plugin to render links without an applicationType.

For example: "com.atlassian.confluence", "com.mycompany.myproduct"

Returns:
the type of remote application that we are linking with

getApplicationName

public String getApplicationName()
Returns the human-readable name of the remote application instance that contains the remote object. Links are grouped based on the applicationType and applicationName in the user interface. The applicationName is prepended to the iconTitle to form the icon tool tip text.

For example: "My Company's Confluence", "HR JIRA", "Helpdesk JIRA"

Returns:
the human-readable name of the remote application instance that contains the remote object

getStatusName

public String getStatusName()

getStatusDescription

public String getStatusDescription()

getStatusCategoryKey

public String getStatusCategoryKey()

getStatusCategoryColorName

public String getStatusCategoryColorName()

hasStatusCategory

public boolean hasStatusCategory()


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