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Jira Database Tables

Dave Ellard March 12, 2024

I am trying to understand the inner workings of Jira for a work project. I am trying to understand why some tables have an AO_ prefix and ther tables have a more meaningful name. For example Custom Fields refer to tables like customfield, customfieldoption, customfieldvalue and configurationconext then I come cross  AO_8542F1_IFJ_DCF_CONNECT that also contains Custom Field data. The AO_ table I understand to be related to Assets. Does anyone have any more information that could shed some light?

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Nicolas Werle _Decadis AG_
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March 12, 2024

Hi @Dave Ellard
The tables without AO as a prefix are Jira default tables. Tables with AO_ are tables used by apps or Jira components (e.g. Service Management). Here you have a list with an overview of the AO tables: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirakb/list-of-jira-server-ao-table-names-and-vendors-973498988.html 

Unfortunately, I can't tell you how up-to-date it is, but it will certainly help you to get an initial overview.

Best regards, 
Nico

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