For example, to add a comment to a bug, I'm doing an INSERT into the longdescs table.So my (slightly long-winded) question is: According to the Bugzilla Web Services API, some of the features needed (e.g.I am using the module found at noticed there are some other Bugzilla modules such as WWW:: Bugzilla3 which I assume is version 3.0.0 of Bugzilla. If I simply create a Bugzilla object with just the server, email, and password, the object appears to be logging in correctly, but it can't get any of the products, components, or versions afterwards.
for a discussion of the various methods of code customization that may have been used.
The larger the jump you are trying to make, the more difficult it is going to be to upgrade if you have made local code customizations.
Upgrading from 4.2 to 4.2.1 should be fairly painless even if you are heavily customized, but going from 2.18 to 4.2 is going to mean a fair bit of work re-writing your local changes to use the new files, logic, templates, etc.
If you have done no local changes at all, however, then upgrading should be approximately the same amount of work regardless of how long it has been since your version was released.
new() supports the following name-value parameters. version component status assigned_to resolution dup_id assigned_to summary bug_number description os platform severity priority cc url add_cc target_milestone status_whiteboard keywords depends_on blocks additional_comments These are fields that can be initialized on new(), useful for new bugs.
Please note that some of these fields apply only to bugs being updated, and if you set them here, they will be overridden if the value is already set in the actual bug on the server. If bug_number is passed in, will initialize as existing bug.Will croak() unless the Bugzilla login page on server specified returns a 200 or 404.Status/resolution will not be updated until commit() is called.The following are valid options (case-insensitive): assigned fixed invalid wontfix later remind worksforme reopen verified closed There may well be bugs in this module. In addition, this module does not support ALL of Bugzilla's features.If you got the code from git.mozilla.org, you need to point your checkout at Github instead.