Represents objects that can offer a view of themselves as an
Responsible of knowing what events should be raised when an issue is changed.
This event represents any issue change
Represents a list of changes that have been applied to an issue at once.
Factory to create
The IssueEventListener is the main Listener within JIRA.
Component responsible for dispatching issue events.
Interface for classes that want to modify the parameters of
Visitor interface for
This interface should be implemented by events that are related to the Issue.
Represents objects that can be put into an
Abstract event related to archiving actions.
Subclasses of IssueEventListener can now override relevant functions in the interface as opposed to having to provide a dummy implementation for all methods.
This event will be fired whenever archived issues are exported.
Helper class to simplify access of a collection of
This is the default implementation of
Default implementation of
Basic representation of something that happens to an Issue, such as a modification or comment.
Since v5.0 use
Used to invoke legacy issue events within atlassian-events.
IssuePreDeleteEvent is triggered before an issue is deleted.
Event published when issue is archived
Event that is triggered when a user searches for issues.
Event published before issue is begin archived.
Event published when issue is restored
Event that is triggered when an issue is viewed.
Event that is triggered when user starts watching an issue.
Event that is triggered when user stops watching an issue.
When a user mentions another user on an issue via the @username or [~username] syntax this event will be fired.
Event that is triggered when a user does a quicksearch that is interpreted as an issue key
Event that is triggered when a user does a search in quicksearch.
Event that is triggered when a user changes project or issue type in simple search and they click "Refresh search to update form fields".
Event that is triggered when a user changes from simple to advanced or vice versa
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