I'm looking for a way get the Jira Portfolio Plan Name or Plan Id of an issue
E.g. inmagine an Epic which is assigned to/which is Part of a Jira Portfolio Plan with Plan Name "Plan ABC" and Plan id "123".
So how could I get that information (give me the Plan Name or Id of that Epic (and null if it's not assigned to any plan)) either as a scriptrunner jql function or programmatically via the scriptrunner groovy script console.
I know there exists this jql function "issuekey in issuesInPlan(123)" so I could do something like "issuekey in issuesInPlan(123) and issuetype = Epic" and than check wether the Epic-Key is in that resultlist, but I need a more direct approach at a lower cost.
Thank you in advance,
since I've already come across many helpful answers from you in this community, I hope that you can help me further:
I'm looking for an approach to access/to get the jira portfolio plan assignment of an issue (further explanation above)
Thank you in advance,
Hi @timmurko ,
Thanks for reaching out. But I am afraid that what you are trying to achieve is not really possible.
A Portfolio plan retrieves its data through different dynamic data sources: an agile board, a saved filter or a Jira project. The issues belonging to a plan can be retrieved through those sources, but the ID of or reference to a plan is not persisted against the individual issues. And so you cannot go the other way around.
I'm unsure as to what you want to achieve, but it sounds like reporting. Have you considered pulling the data from your plan(s) into a reporting tool like EazyBI (based on the filters you use as input to your plan) and aggregating your worklogs there?
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