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Can I Import a excel sheet of my companies part numbers as a selection field?

I'd like to have the part numbers selectable by part number but I don't know how to import an excel file of all the part numbers. The only way I can do it is to mannually type in one by one

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Peter DeWitt Community Leader Jul 20, 2022

@Anthony Amirfir , ScriptRunner has a Bulk Import Custom Field Values utility included in their app. If you don't already have ScriptRunner, download the trial and check out this utility. It's a super useful app.


cheers -dewitt

@Peter DeWitt Thank you for your response. For some context, we are using a JIRA ticketing system company wide to organize tasks of rework, redesign, and supplier rework. I want to add a custom field with a required entry upon opening a ticket, this field (part number) will have 5000 or so values. 


I have downloaded the script runner app but I cannot connect the dots.

Peter DeWitt Community Leader Jul 21, 2022

Damn, 5000 might be a bit much. Especially when trying to find entry 3876. :)

With that many objects, you want to use something a bit more beefy.

I have used Elements Connect in the past to connect a field to a .csv. Here is the specifics from there support site:

You could also look at Insight (soon to be Assets) from Atlassian. It is a CMDB but would allow you to load in all of your part number and then access them through an Insight connect field.

Both of these two will allow you use autocomplete in the pick-list making it much easier to find items.

These aren't the only solutions but I have and do use both successfully.

cheers -dewitt

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