Jira how to search for comments from one user »
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In Jira how to search for comments from one user

In Jira search for comments I've made


If you work in Jira, you probably would agree that Jira is the dumb, Smart person in the room. It does things well, some it does bad; however I would say that Jira is probably the best agile software out there nonetheless.


Currently undertaking an extremely large project (in which I'm getting up to 100 bugs reported), I needed a query to look at all my comments I had made and sort those comments by the most recently.

What follows is the search query to look at all of my comments (all comments made by one user) and order them by most recent.


You can put this query into the search area (Where is the Jira advanced search area? in the header click issues > then "Search for issues")
OR
You can put this query into the filters section (sometimes it's easy to pull up all the recent issues reported by you - a default option under issues > "Reported by Me")



The query:

issueFunction in commented("by username") ORDER BY createdDate DESC





username = the real individual's username (not display name). e.g. NOT "John Doe" (display name), but JDOE1 (the actual username)


I pieced this together by multiple sources and my own ingenuity.

-Enjoy


TAGS: Jira, Jira filter query, Jira advanced query for user comments




Google Plus / Microdata Meta Tag »

Meta Tags Quick Reference: Google Plus / Microdata meta tags

A quick post for website/seo folks - for future copy and paste purposes. Here are the Meta tags for Google Plus / Microdata.

Add this code in between the opening and closing <head> tag. I personally arrange it right after title and meta description

<!-- Google+ Metadata /-->
<meta itemprop="name" content="">
<meta itemprop="description" content="">
<meta itemprop="image" content="">


Here is the Example Facebook and Twitter Meta code

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Meta Tags: Facebook Open Graph Tags & Twitter Card »

Meta Tags Quick Reference: Example Facebook Open Tags & Twitter Card

A quick post for website/seo folks, copy and paste this. Here are theMeta tags for Facebook Open Graph and Twitter Cards

Add this code in between the opening and closing <head> tag. I personally arrange it right after title and meta description


<!--FACEBOOK OPEN GRAPH -->
<meta property="og:locale" content="en_US" />
<meta property="og:type" content="website" />
<meta property="og:title" content=" " />
<meta property="og:description" content=" " />
<meta property="og:site_name" content=" " />
<meta property="og:image" content=" " />
<meta property="og:url" content=" " />

<!—TWITTER CARD -->
<meta name="twitter:card" content="summary" />
<meta name="twitter:site" content="@twitterHandle" />
<meta name="twitter:title" content="" />
<meta name="twitter:description" content="" />
<meta name="twitter:image" content="" />
<meta name="twitter:url" content="” />


There is also Google + / Microdata Code Here (sorry, should have made it one post)

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PHP How to enable and display error messages »

INI_SET display_errors | Error_reporting in PHP - How to enable and display error messages




<?php
// before any output
ini_set('display_errors', 1);
error_reporting(E_ALL ^ E_NOTICE);
 
// continue with code
 
?>


I always needs this jumping back and forth between client hosting environments... might as well post it

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How to enable developer options Android Devices »

How to enable developer options Android Devices (USB DEBUGGING)

Android Studio not detecting Device (Nexus 7, Galaxy Tab, etc)


If Android Studio is not detecting your device, it may be because you have not enabled usb debugging in Developer options.

You may then ask yourself, where are the developer options for android (especially if you're used to older versions of Android like I was)?


  1. On the device itself... to enable Developer options in Android go into Settings
  2. Then select About device
  3. Then tap on the build number area 7 or so times
  4. This unlocks a new tab in settings called Developer Options
  5. Go into developer options, scroll through until you see USB Debugging
  6. Tap to turn on USB Debugging

Android Studio should then see the device (a reboot of Android studio is not usually required, but go for it if you don't).

IF you still don't see the device in Android Studio... There are a few other things to consider that I will write about in separate posts.

- enjoy

J



   
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