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AppInspect vs Upgrade Readiness App Results

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I have an app that the Upgrade Readiness App says is not passing due to an error. After digging into it more it looks like it's occurring because of the line contrib/jquery-2.1.0 in the file /appserver/static/js/build/common.js

If I submit the same app to AppInspect, it doesn't have any results in the errors/warnings or in the manual checks for that line in common.js.

Really my question is, I believe common.js comes from the Add-on Builder. Is it okay to leave that file as is or do I just change the line referencing contrib/jquery-2.1.0 to use an updated version of jQuery?

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I recently found that if you generate with the latest version of Add-on Builder, it should not have this problem from the Splunk developers. (Though I'm yet to test myself)

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