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Project categories in filter results Edited

I would like to see project category names in my filter/search results. Now I can use categories to search for my issues but then exporting results I do not have names of those project categories as an additional column.

How can I do it?

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Project Category is not a field on the issue. It is a metadata on the project. You can only export the fields on the issues.

If it is a critical requirement, you can create a calculated custom field to hold the value of the project category and then export that.

Ok - now it is clear :) Thanks Jobin.

Could anyone tell me more about it? I've installed JIRA Misc Custom Fields and now I can add such calculated custom field. I chose calculated text field and put such forlmula:

<!-- @@Formula: issue.get("category") -->

Unfortunately it is not so easy :(  Could somebody tell me how to construct that formula to get project category to that field?

any answer about this question?

Hi Krzysztof and Valéria,

if this is still an issue, you might want to try:

issue.getProjectObject().getProjectCategory()?.getName()

Regards 

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