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How to get custom field context changes history

Hi all,

I am using jira server, version 7.12. Default audit log doesn't contain any information about custom field context changes (i.e project removed/added, options changes, user who made changes and etc.). I glad to know how I can get information about made changes with groovy or with other options. I know "Auditor for Jira" plugin give all information about fields, but I can't install it in my instance

There are any way to get logs ?

Related issue - https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRASERVER-68425

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Alik

 

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Hi @Alik 

The issue is that if the data isn't there, there is nothing to view.

And underneath it all, if those actions don't generate a system event, then there is no option to create your own listener to log this information.

The only option would be to completely re-write your own solution/UI to manage options and context and in that UI, then you could take care of the logging. Or, and perhaps that's what "Auditor for Jira" somehow detect those changes at the javascript layer and makes ajax call to log the activity.

Hi @Peter-Dave Sheehan ,

Thanks for your answer.

Regards,

Alik

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