Is there a way to find out jira version directly from the database?

Is there a way to find out jira version directly from the database?

Rahul

3 answers

Hi Rahul,

 

Try this SQL query and let me know if it helps

select TARGETVERSION from upgradeversionhistory ORDER BY TIMEPERFORMED DESC

 

Regards

Chander Inguva

0 vote

Actually, no.  It's not stored as a direct number!

You might be able to work it out from the data in the "upgradehistory" table (if a system has ever been upgraded) but the database doesn't actually hold the installation version anywhere.

0 vote

Yes:
select * from propertystring where id = (select id from propertyentry where property_key = 'jira.version'); 

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