How to Use Taverna's Apache JIRA Issue Tracker¶
All contributors to the issue tracker are expected to follow ASF's Code of Conduct.
Anyone can add an issue by creating an account on Apache's JIRA issue tracker. An account is also required to comment on, vote on, or watch issues. (If you only want to search for issues, you do not need an account.)
Once you are on the issue tracker site, you have several options for viewing issues.
- Summary includes a graph and stream of recent activity.
- Issues provides statistics and a list of unresolved issues by component.
- Components allows you to quickly see unresolved and recently updated issues for a given component.
Adding an issue¶
- Make sure Apache Taverna is selected as the Project.
- Give a brief title in Summary.
- Describe your issue under Description.
- Click Create.
- Now you may attach any log files, screenshots or workflows under More --> Attach files.
Jira will email the
using the issue key in the
TAVERNA-987); you may join the
discussion there or correspond using Jira comments.
Report a security issue¶
If you want to report a security concern (e.g. a buffer exploit), then you should instead email our private list where the Apache Taverna PPMC members will consider the issue in confidence.
Example bug report¶
A great bug report includes:
- Which program did you use? Which version?
- What operating system, which Java version?
- What did you try?
- What went wrong?
- What was expected?
- Error messages
- Logs and stack traces
- Attached workflow (if you are OK to share it publicly)