How do I add sprint name to the Issues in Epic panel

I will enter this as a new question. I successfully added story points and fix version.  But I can't seem to figure out how to parse the sprint to get the name.   When I use a javascript function like split(","), the entire script seems not to work.   Any help is appreciated.

Reference:

How do you add a column to "Issues in Epic" panel

In fact Sprint is also a custom field. For example in the public instance, the customfield is customfield_11930. You may need to do some string parsing based on the value that you get for the customfield.

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Hi Susan,

We have created a JIRA add-on to solve these kind of problems - Issue Matrix.

By using it you can completely customize how the issues in an Epic are shown - you can choose which columns to show - for example you can add Story Points, Fix Version and Sprint. You can also separate issues in different sections according to issue type (i.e. Stories, Tests, ect.), sort based on a field, and so much more.

If you need a demo or you need help setting it up, just drop us an email at support@botronsoft.com.

Thank you for your response.   I am on a network that is secure so it is very difficult to obtain additional plugins.    I have successfully already added Story Points and Fix Version, and just need to know how to parse the customer field for Sprint.

Generally it's not a good idea to use JS hacks as sooner or later they will break - when JIRA Core or JIRA Software is upgraded.

The sprint field is a comma-separated list of ids - you can use the JIRA Agile REST API to get the name of the sprint. Another warning here - this will be slow, depending on how many issues you have in the epic.

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