AUI's trigger module was updated to look for and work with elements across iframe boundaries.
If any component using trigger for its alignment is used, it may throw a DOMException when access to the iframe's document is denied.
silently catch exceptions
check if fix works with code examples posted by community
Needs unit tests
On page where at least one iframe on the page denies access to the parent page,
Align an Inline Dialog2 to the trigger; open inline dialog
...Other valid setups? e.g., AUI code running in iframe and needs to reach parent doc?
Works in P2 plugin
Works across browsers (Edge/Firefox/Chrome/Safari)
Works for each layered component
Hi , to answer your questions: reboot of the instance should fix the issue; more details below:
In general disabling / uninstalling bundled plugins isn’t advised and should come with a warning that it may break your instance. If such warning didn’t appear - that may be an issue we want to investigate. Uninstalling an upgrade of a bundled plugin (which AUI is) always fails to bring up the old version - it’s a known issue. I’m sorry - I should have mentioned that explicitly while advising the tests with the newer plugin version. It would probably save you the issues you have right now.
If you uninstalled the plugin using the Jira UI (not by manually modifying the content of JIRA_HOME directory) then the original AUI plugin is still there and you just need to reboot your instance to make it load properly again.
Please let me know if it worked for you
AUI 9.1.2 has landed in Jira and should be available in the following version when released: 8.12.3, 8.13.1, and 8.14.0.
/ can we backport this to AUI 8.7? We’ve just discovered this issue in Bitbucket as well.
We have just released AUI 8.7.1 with backported fix for this issue.
Awesome thanks , is giving it a try now