Hi @Rob ,
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To get the project and custom field ID, you can use API.
You just need to change the "your-domain" and paste on your browser to search.
Then, search for the project name, and it will show the ID.
For the custom field, you can also search by name.
Note that, to make sure it's the correct custom field, check if the project ID matches.
Hi Rob. I'm not sure if you are looking for the custom field IDs in Jira, but if you are, the easiest way I found to do this is to perform an advanced search. Add the field/s you want to the column list and then sort on it.
Once sorted, you will see the custom field name (number) in the JQL.
In the example in this image, I sorted by Story Points, but you can see that the ORDER BY parameter is cf where 'cf' = Custom Field.
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