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Target Start and Target End Date Table name

I can see the Target Start and Target End Date in customfield table but those values are not storing into customfieldvalue or customfieldoption

Any one knows where Target Start and End values are storing ??? i need the table name where Target Start and Target End Date values storing

select * from [dbo].[customfield] where id in (10302,10303)  -- >Target End/ Start Key but not values not in below table, but i can see the value on UI

select * From [dbo].[customfieldvalue] where CustomField in (10302,10303)
select * from [dbo].[customfieldoption] where CustomField in (10302,10303)

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Thomas Atlassian Team Sep 08, 2019

Hi @Rakesh Patil

I'd suggest having a look at the Jira `entity_property` table, you will find baseline_start and baseline_end data stored in the json value column.

I'd mention that changing those values "manually" would require re-indexing your instance - so not recommended.



Hey Thomas, 

thanks for reply,  when i am checking the `entity_property table , i see values are stored into Json format, do you know know how convert these values into Date format ? User wanted output in date format.  

Check the attachment image. 

Here is sql:

SELECT AS "issue id",ji.summary,

ji.duedate, ep.json_value AS "portfolio target start_end"

FROM jiraissue ji

LEFT JOIN project p ON ji.project =

LEFT JOIN entity_property ep ON ep.entity_id =

where in (47523,47524)JIRA.JPG

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Thomas Atlassian Team Sep 12, 2019

@Rakesh Patil The dates you are seeing are in the Unix Time format, see




As a follow up, I've used that information to extract the dates and convert them from JSON to actual dates, here is SQL (I'm using custom views on issue / project but you should get the info pretty easily)

 cfvStoryPointEstimate.numbervalue::int as Story_Points,
 to_timestamp((ep.json_value::json->'baseline_start' #>> '{}')::bigint / 1000) at time zone 'UTC' as Target_Start,
 to_timestamp((ep.json_value::json->'baseline_end' #>> '{}')::bigint / 1000) at time zone 'UTC' as Target_End
from vissueexpanded vie
join vproject p on vie.project_key = p.project_key
left join entity_property ep ON ep.entity_id = vie.issue_internal_id and ep.entity_name = 'IssueProperty' and ep.property_key = 'jpo-issue-properties'
left join customfieldvalue cfvStoryPointEstimate
 on vie.issue_internal_id = cfvStoryPointEstimate.issue
 and cfvStoryPointEstimate.customfield = (select id from customfield where cfname = 'Story Points')

You can go to "System" -> "Plugin data storage" and try looking for Portfolio's active object tables, maybe some of names will hint to sort of info that is stored into them.

Thanks let me check

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