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Assigning Imported Assets to a Jira Object Type Based on a CSV Field

I am importing a complete CSV export of another Asset system into Jira Data Center Assets.  

There are various fields holding serial numbers, models, etc. Among those fields is a field called "Category" that groups the assets into sub-sets like "Laptop", "Monitor", and "Mobile Phone".

I have created a large Object Schema with an object type related to each of these categories.

To test the import I have a CSV Import configuration that has an Object Type Mapping for "Laptop". All fields map properly, but it imports ALL objects (rows) in the CSV to the Laptop Object Type. I have the "Filter data source by AQL" field set to Category = "Laptop", which seems to be valid AQL according to the docs, but it doesn't filter the CSV at all. 

Can I filter these imported assets to multiple Object type mappings based on a column of my CSV? If so, what am I misunderstanding here?

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Kris Dewachter
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May 24, 2023

Hi @Logan Kitchen ,

Can you check if the answer provided here solves your issue?

I had a similar issue trying to filter objects from the source by "Hardware Type", which was a referenced object. I had to turn it into a regular attribute for the source filter to work.


I hope this helps.


Best regards,


Unfortunately it doesn't. My field isn't an object, just a simple text value, so it is already a regular attribute. I appreciate the input though. I am trying some of the AQL variations you have in your ticket to see if they help.

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