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Xporter - several issues in the same excel workbook, each issue on different sheets

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Can one build an xporter template that has the following capability:

 

Using a filter that queries multiple issues, can you make the excel template iterate each issue to show up on a different sheet, in the same workbook?

 

I found this documentation for which you can break a page when exporting multiple issues, but it only seems to work for .docx files...

https://confluence.getxray.app/display/public/XPORTER/Multiple+Issues

Can anyone confirm if this is the case? 

Other possibilities for excel template to break?

Bonus if the Key or Summary can show up as the name of the sheet!

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Hi @Kyle 

It is impossible to iterate over issues to show up in different sheets dynamically.

The code works inside the sheet and does not control the creation of sheets.

Also, it would not be possible to set the sheet's name.

Thank you.

Kind regards,
Rogério Paiva [Xporter Support Team]

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