For any given project within JIRA is there an easy way of identifying all the Kanban or Scrum boards associated with it (if there are any)? I appreciate that a board's filter doen't need to contain a project name (it could for example just show all issues of type 'Bug') but if it's easier I'd just be interested in boards (filters) where the project name is part of the JQL.
If there isn't an 'easy' way to achieve this does anyone know the SQL that I'd need to run to find this?
There is no "easy" way to do it because they are not directly linked.
SQL isn't going to help either. The filters are stored in a format such that your SQL boils down to "give me a list of all the filters so that I can read each one and interpret whether it might contain a project in its results". Most of them will be "project =" or "project in", but you're bound to have users like me who do things like "all bugs where I participated" (all projects that have bugs in their issue type scheme) or "... and category = xyz" (covers a set of projects without naming them directly)
"View on Board" on the lower Right of the Issue Screen is helpful to some extent.
However it may miss some boards.
for instance: Issue Type = Story, Status = RELEASE. "View on Board" link shows 2 Scrum boards:
But it is missing two more boards:
Perhaps it misses only Kanban boards.
Full list of boards is available on any board screen under the project's icon on the top left corner and represented as (...) button (JIRA 6.4.10)
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