OK, it turns out that the Global Rank is held as a linked list, making evaluating specific "Global Rank Value" more difficult.
A bit more digging turned up this answer, which I will play with: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/96142/how-to-get-sprint-issue-list-by-sql
Hey there, Yunfeng.
I believe that you are referring to the AO_60DB71_ISSUERANKING table here. As we can see from the structure:
So, if you want the Rank of an issue, let's say the issue ID is 10004, it can be something like:
SELECT ID FROM AO_60DB71_ISSUERANKING where ISSUE_ID = '10004';
Hope this helps.
If I understand Danial correctly, then the 'ID' of the AO_60DB71_ISSUERANKING table is actually the 'RANK' of the issues. Take the SQL query that he has provided as an example :
This query would return the 'RANK' of the issue that has the issue ID of '10004'. Hope this clears things up a bit :)
Sorry to open this old question again, but I am having the same problem.
For example, I have an issue ID 18892 corresponding to a key ABC-123.
If I use your SQL above I get a rank of 7944.
If I create a filter in JIRA and select to display the Rank column, the rank number shown for that issue is 849.
If I use SQL to see what issue ID has rank 849, it is not the issue ID that I'm looking for.
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