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Table Transformer - Maintain hyperlinks to JIRA tickets after FORMATWIKI

Andy I'm New Here Jul 08, 2021

Hi there, 

I am using the table transformer to merge the results of two queries from JIRA. 

There is a many to one mapping between the Requirement "Key" and the "Test Case Key", "Test Case Status" etc.

When creating the table, I use FORMATWIKI to merge the results from the test cases, as I only want one row in the table per "Key". I use this JQL to do so....


SELECT T1.'Key', T1.'TER Key',T1.'TER Resolution', T1.'TER Summary', T1.'TER Status', T1.'elaborates', T1.'Description',

FORMATWIKI(SUM(T1.'TER Key' + "\n")) AS 'Test Case Key',

FORMATWIKI(SUM(T1.'TER Summary' + "\n")) AS 'Test Case Summary',

FORMATWIKI(SUM(T1.'TER Status' + "\n")) AS 'Test Case Status',

FORMATWIKI(SUM(T1.'TER Resolution' + "\n")) AS 'Pass/Fail'

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However, when I do this, I lose the hyperlink to the Test Case. 

Is there a way to maintain the hyperlink in 'test case key', for both of the JIRA tickets?

Any help is much appreciated.

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Hi @Andy ,

Try to modify your SQL query in a following way:

FORMATWIKI(SUM(" [" + T1.'Key' + "| " + T1.'Key' + "]\n")) AS 'Key'

Here T1.'Key' is a column name where you want to create clickable links (T1.'TER Key' for your example).  - is the path to your Jira tickets (the first part of the link address). The modified query will add values from the T1.'Key' column and combine the whole clickable links.

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Andy I'm New Here Jul 09, 2021

works like an absolute dream Katerina, thank you so much! 

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