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Extract all the workflows in JIRA

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Is there a simple way in which we can extract all the workflows in JIRA and have complete list of them (including the diagrams) and stating to which project they belong to as well?

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Vikrant Yadav
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Jun 22, 2021

Hi @Drishti Maharaj There are so many methods to get Workflow, simplest way is to use REST :- 

https://jira.xyz.com/rest/api/2/workflow/?$format=json

..covert json to csv.

OR 

Use SQL query : - https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Adaptavist-questions/Sql-query-to-get-active-workflows-from-all-projects-in-Jira/qaq-p/590713

OR 

you can use script runner script to get complete list of workflow. 

but i dont think none of the method, inculde diagram of the workflow.

 

Thanks

@Vikrant Yadav , thank you - I will try these and to see how it works.

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Jun 22, 2021

You can use Microscope (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1225065/microscope-power-audit-for-jira-admins?hosting=datacenter&tab=overview)

to list all Workflow Functions created by apps.

The outcome will be a CSV file listing all Workflow functions, which apps created those workflow functions, which workflows these functions belong to, the Workflow status, etc.

Hi @Andre Serrano , thank you for that but seems I cannot add anything to the JIRA instance due to licensing problems...

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