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Is there a way to list all the modules modified (add, change, delete) associated with a JIRA issue?

Is there a way to list all the modules or technical components modified (add, change, delete) in Bitbucket associated with a JIRA issue?

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Hi @Panduranga_Gupta_Palavalli ,

Once you integrate your Jira instance with Bitbucket Cloud and start linking your Jira issues with your commits, pullrequests and branches. It would be possible to see the code changes referenced in the issue card.

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Thanks Joao for the response. My project's JIRA instance is integrated with Bitbucket. However, I want to export/extract the bitbucket information into a csv file in the below format.

<JIRA Issue ID>, <Repository Name>, <Commit ID>, <Message>, <Module Name>, <Status>, <Commit Date>

For example:

REQ-1234, PA_ARCH, 5b1ab594bd7, Update validation logic for the Customer, oam/src/main/webapp/webcontent/js/custom-oam.js, Modified, 09/27/2019

Hi @Panduranga_Gupta_Palavalli

Unfortunately, at the moment there is no API which provides an easy way to capture this data.

You can create a suggestion to implement this API.

Cheers

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