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13 April 2017
Atlassian is proud to present JIRA Core 7.4 EAP. This public development release is part of our Early Access Program (EAP) leading up to the official JIRA Core 7.4 release. We are making these EAP and Release Candidate milestones publicly available so that developers can start assessing the impact of the changes that we are making.
For the full list of changes for JIRA 7.4, read the developer change management guide: Preparing for JIRA 7.4. If you are new to JIRA, you should also read our Java API Policy for JIRA and the Atlassian REST API policy.
We've added an additional option to the Administer Projects permission. When granted, the Extended project administration option will allow project administrators for the associated projects to:
The Extended project administration option can be granted by selecting > Issues > Permission schemes, and then choosing the relevant permission scheme to edit. Note that it will be granted to all project administrators for the projects that use that particular permission scheme.
We've implemented an exporter which exports JIRA issues in an HTML format. When viewing a list of issues, select > HTML (All fields) or > HTML (Current fields). A JIRA administrator can disable the HTML export option by setting the property to 'false' at > System and clicking Advanced Settings.
We've implemented a system add-on which provides targeted notifications within your JIRA application, predominantly to JIRA administrators. These notifications will alert you when new JIRA versions are available, and of upcoming license renewals.
We don't support upgrading to or from EAP releases, and you should never use an EAP release in production. If you do intend to upgrade an instance to an EAP release, you should review all applicable upgrades notes for the production releases, and upgrade in the specified order:
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