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REPORTER-BUGZILLA(1)			 LIBREPORT MANUAL		     REPORTER-BUGZILLA(1)

NAME
       reporter-bugzilla - Reports problem to Bugzilla.

SYNOPSIS
       reporter-bugzilla [-vbf] [-g GROUP]... [-c CONFFILE]... [-F FMTFILE] [-A FMTFILE2] -d DIR

       Or:

       reporter-bugzilla [-v] [-c CONFFILE]... [-d DIR] -t[ID] FILE...

       Or:

       reporter-bugzilla [-v] [-c CONFFILE]... [-d DIR] -t[ID] -w

       Or:

       reporter-bugzilla [-v] [-c CONFFILE]... -h DUPHASH

DESCRIPTION
       The tool reads problem directory DIR. Then it logs in to Bugzilla and tries to find a bug
       with the same abrt_hash:HEXSTRING in Whiteboard.

       If such bug is not found, then a new bug is created. Elements of DIR are stored in the bug
       as part of bug description or as attachments, depending on their type and size.

       Otherwise, if such bug is found and it is marked as CLOSED DUPLICATE, the tool follows the
       chain of duplicates until it finds a non-DUPLICATE bug. The tool adds a new comment to
       found bug.

       The URL to new or modified bug is printed to stdout and recorded in reported_to element in
       DIR.

       Option -t uploads FILEs to the already created bug on Bugzilla site. The bug ID is
       retrieved from directory specified by -d DIR. If problem data in DIR was never reported to
       Bugzilla, upload will fail.

       Option -tID uploads FILEs to the bug with specified ID on Bugzilla site. -d DIR is
       ignored.

       Option -w adds bugzilla user to bug's CC list.

       Option -r sets the last url from reporter_to element which is prefixed with TRACKER_NAME
       to URL field. This option is applied only when a new bug is to be filed. The default value
       is ABRT Server"

   Configuration file
       If not specified, CONFFILE defaults to /etc/libreport/plugins/bugzilla.conf. Configuration
       file lines should have PARAM = VALUE format. The parameters are:

       Login
	   Login to Bugzilla account.

       Password
	   Password to Bugzilla account.

       BugzillaURL
	   Bugzilla HTTP(S) address. (default: https://bugzilla.redhat.com)

       SSLVerify
	   Use yes/true/on/1 to verify server's SSL certificate. (default: yes)

       Product
	   Product bug field value. Useful if you needed different product than specified in
	   /etc/os-release

       ProductVersion
	   Version bug field value. Useful if you needed different product version than specified
	   in /etc/os-release

       Parameters can be overridden via $Bugzilla_PARAM environment variables.

   Formatting configuration files
       Lines starting with # are ignored.

       Lines can be continued on the next line using trailing backslash.

       Format:

       "%summary
	   summary format"

       "section
	   element1[,element2]..." The literal text line to be added to Bugzilla comment. Can be
	   empty. (Empty lines are NOT ignored!)

	       Summary format is a line of text, where %element% is replaced by
	       text element's content, and [[...%element%...]] block is used only if
	       %element% exists. [[...]] blocks can nest.

	       Sections can be:
	       - %summary: bug summary format string.
	       - %attach: a list of elements to attach.
	       - text, double colon (::) and the list of comma-separated elements.

	       Elements can be:
	       - problem directory element names, which get formatted as
		 <element_name>: <contents>
		 or
		 <element_name>:
		 :<contents>
		 :<contents>
		 :<contents>
	       - problem directory element names prefixed by "%bare_",
		 which is formatted as-is, without "<element_name>:" and colons
	       - %oneline, %multiline, %text wildcards, which select all corresponding
		 elements for output or attachment
	       - %binary wildcard, valid only for %attach section, instructs to attach
		 binary elements
	       - problem directory element names prefixed by "-",
		 which excludes given element from all wildcards

	       Nonexistent elements are silently ignored.
	       If none of elements exists, the section will not be created.

   Integration with ABRT events
       reporter-bugzilla can be used as an ABRT reporter. Example fragment for
       /etc/libreport/report_event.conf:

	   # Report Python crashes
	   EVENT=report_Bugzilla analyzer=Python
		 reporter-bugzilla -d . -c /etc/libreport/plugins/bugzilla.conf

OPTIONS
       -d DIR
	   Path to problem directory.

       -c CONFFILE
	   Path to configuration file.

       -b
	   When creating bug, attach binary files too.

       -f
	   Force reporting even if this problem is already reported.

       -F CONF_FORMAT_FILE
	   Formatting file for initial comment. Default:
	   /etc/libreport/plugins/bugzilla_format.conf

       -A CONF_FORMAT_FILE
	   Formatting file for duplicates. Default: /etc/libreport/plugins/bugzilla_format.conf

       -t[ID]
	   Upload FILEs to the already created bug on Bugzilla site.

       -w
	   Add bugzilla user to CC list [of bug with this ID]. Applicable only with -t.

       -h, --duphash DUPHASH
	   Search in Bugzilla by abrt's DUPHASH and print BUG_ID.

       -g, --group GROUP
	   When creating a new ticket restrict access to this group only.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
       Environment variables take precedence over values provided in the configuration file.

       Bugzilla_Login
	   Login to Bugzilla account.

       Bugzilla_Password
	   Password to Bugzilla account.

       Bugzilla_BugzillaURL
	   Bugzilla HTTP(S) address. (default: https://bugzilla.redhat.com)

       Bugzilla_SSLVerify
	   Use yes/true/on/1 to verify server's SSL certificate. (default: yes)

       Bugzilla_Product
	   Product bug field value. Useful if you needed different product than specified in
	   /etc/os-release

       Bugzilla_ProductVersion
	   Version bug field value. Useful if you needed different product version than specified
	   in /etc/os-release

       http_proxy
	   the proxy server to use for HTTP

       HTTPS_PROXY
	   the proxy server to use for HTTPS

SEE ALSO
       report_event.conf, bugzilla_format.conf

AUTHORS
       o   ABRT team

LIBREPORT 2.1.11			    06/18/2014			     REPORTER-BUGZILLA(1)
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