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In which database table we can find the history of an JIRA issue

I want to find out the history of an issue in database.In which table this is present.

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You should avoid reading the database directly, as it's generally a very bad thing to do.  What are you actually trying to acheive?  There is almost certainly a better way to do it than reading the database.

But to answer it: changegroup is a change, with the individual changes of fields, as well as non-fields such as status, logged in changeitem.  You may want to read jiraaction too for comments, or if you have a very very old dataset.  There are then some other things logged in other places, but that should cover 95% of what you want to look at

I have changed assignee of an issue... Where can I find the change in Assignee name in database....

Like rickdg likes this

I already told you where the field changes are logged.

For those of you who, like me, stumbled on this page first and still want an answer: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirakb/how-to-obtain-issue-change-history-from-database-933695139.html

 

tl;dr: a union of changegroup (for linking to groups of changes and issues), and changeitem. Join on changegroup.id = changeitem.groupid if necessary.

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