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OLMIS-6129: Added package-lock.json file
OLMIS-6129: Added package-lock.json file
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It has been moved to processTestResults() in order to get testing stats

It has been moved to processTestResults() in order to get testing stats

why this has been removed?

why this has been removed?

Standardized build statuses for all our Jenkins jobs
Standardized build statuses for all our Jenkins jobs
OLMIS-6313: Adjust retention of Jenkins builds on development branches
OLMIS-6313: Adjust retention of Jenkins builds on development branches
Same settings set in all repositories

Same settings set in all repositories

only this change should be verified

only this change should be verified

OLMIS-6037: Standardize build statuses for all our Jenkins jobs
OLMIS-6037: Standardize build statuses for all our Jenkins jobs
Sure, done.

Sure, done.

We should verify with the requisition service, but it doesn't mean we shouldn't add to all of them. Thanks for doing so - I'd suggest adding the same to the template service, as it's expected that ...

We should verify with the requisition service, but it doesn't mean we shouldn't add to all of them. Thanks for doing so - I'd suggest adding the same to the template service, as it's expected that all services have this switched on.

1. The ticket states that compression should be tested on initiating a requisition, that's why it is currently added only to the requisition service. 2. I think about disabling compression in nginx...

1. The ticket states that compression should be tested on initiating a requisition, that's why it is currently added only to the requisition service.
2. I think about disabling compression in nginx configuration.

Two questions: *Why was it only added to the requisition service? *It seems that for GET requests we will now be doing double compression (on the application server and on reverse proxy); any way...

Two questions:

  • Why was it only added to the requisition service?
  • It seems that for GET requests we will now be doing double compression (on the application server and on reverse proxy); any way to avoid that?
OLMIS-4531: Added compressing to HTTP POST responses
OLMIS-4531: Added compressing to HTTP POST responses