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In Jira Software, can I get a report (list) of just issue id's or other fields (not a column of issue id's and titles) without using a 3rd party tool? The question is not for a specific use right now--just a general question.
Hello @Phil Bustin
Can you provide more information about your question?
Is the goal to get the data from a set of issues, or to get a list of field names (not the data in those fields?
You can use the "View all issues" screen to search for issues. If you set the output view to List then you can select the columns (fields) that you want to show for each issue in the result set.
You can use the Filter Results gadget on a Jira Dashboard to display the results of the filter similarly on a dashboard.
Thank you, Trudy. That sounds exactly like what I'm looking for.
My immediate motivation was a one-issue discrepancy between
a) the diffrerence between subtracting the number of issues result from an issues created filter and an issues resolved filter, and
b) a filter designed to show that difference.
I discovered, after I started posting the question to the Community, that there was a change that needed to be made to one of the filters, and that resolved the discrepancy, I kept the question (but reworded it), because I wanted to know the answer for the future.
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Trudy, I was able to select the key in the dashboard Filter Results gadget, but haven't found out how to set the filter output view to List. Can you help, please?
The Filter Results gadget for the Jira dashboard is already set to display results as a list. That is the nature of the gadget.
If you want to modify the fields that are displayed as the columns of the list, you set the fields you want displayed in the gadget configuration:
Thanks, Trudy; I had in response to your suggestion tried the Filter Results successfully.
What I was trying to say was that I wanted to know how to do the following that you had suggested:
"You can use the "View all issues" screen to search for issues. If you set the output view to List then you can select the columns (fields) that you want to show for each issue in the result set."
After reading your suggestion again, I realize I have questions about it:
1) Did you mean that I can't set a Filter output view to List, but rather, I can set the "View all issues" screen to List? 2) By the "View all issues" screen, do you mean clicking All issues in the Filters navigation pane? In that view, I don't see where I could set the output view to List.
You can use the "View all issues" screen to search for issues.
If you set the output view to List
then you can select the columns (fields) that you want to show for each issue in the result set.
Great, thanks! I tried it on a particular filter also, and it works.