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I followed the instructions in: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirakb/filter-export-only-contains-1000-issues-in-jira-server-191500982.html
But I got a couple of questions:
In the instructions....
I can't seem to find jira.search.views.default.max and jira.search.views.max.limit items from Systems > Advanced Settings.
Also, when I tried the suggestion of updating the tempMax parameter in the copied URL; e.g. from 1000 to 2000, I got a Forbidden (403) error.
Any help is appreciated.
Thanks, @Jack Brickey .
I got this add-in. But the problem is... in our organisation the installation of this needs IT Support ticket; i.e., it needs administrator user privileges to do this. That makes other users shy away from this.
Anyway, I guess I'll schedule the extract using the add-in and dump the extract file to a shared directory.
Another app that can export any number of issues without any configuration (within a 10 minute long time window) and offers a lot more functionality is our Better Excel Exporter.
It has been very popular on Server and Data Center and we just released it for Jira Cloud. If work regularly with spreadsheets, it is definitely worth a try.
(Disclaimer: It is a paid and supported app maintained by my team.)
For Cloud users, you can use the Single Project Migrator (SProj) from the marketplace, to extract more than 1000 Results into csv. Better still you can do it in a few clicks.
You get all issues
You get subtasks
You get comments
and if needed you also get Attachments too
Only covers project scope