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CSV Import - Need issued ID

I am doing a CSV import and have subtasks, the issue I am running into is setting the Issue id of the issues. How do I know what the current highest issue id is in my Jira instance? I need to be able to set the issue id in the csv to something that doesn't already exist.

thanks,
-wade

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Tansu Akdeniz Community Leader Nov 30, 2022

Hi @Wade H 

Do you want to migrate parents and subtask from single csv file? If yes, you should use issue id (a random number to connect parent and subtask). If you give number 1 as an issue id for your first task, then you should use 1 in parent id column for its subtask to connect.

Please take a look at subtask section: https://support.atlassian.com/jira-cloud-administration/docs/import-data-from-a-csv-file/

Hello @Tansu Akdeniz I do have the issue id and pranet id columns. And i have done this in the past. My question is if there are already issues in the project do I need to use an Issue id that is not taken in Jira? I keep getting errors and am wondering what i am doing wrong. As I said I have done this in the past.
thanks,
-wade

@Tansu Akdeniz I found my issue. I did not realize that there were required fields that I had not set. Bonehead move. :)

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