I need to write a query that provides a Jira board name, columns in that board and all the issues associated with a board. AO_60DB71_RAPIDVIEW stores the Board name, AO_60DB71_COLUMN table provides the list of columns in a board and the Jira issues table provides the issues list. I'm not finding a relation between board and issue. is there a direct relation between these tables? if not what is the work around to pull this info from jira database.
Note: looking for a database query not JQL.
The relationship between a board and an issue is defined by
1. The JQL used on the board
2. The coded settings for the board
Your database query is, quite simply put, going to be horrid to construct and valid only once. You'll have to replicate the JQL in SQL (they are very different things) and then apply board settings too.
I would strongly suggest that you do NOT try this with SQL.
Could you explain what you are trying to achieve instead? There's going to be a much better way to do it than SQL.
Hi Nic, Iavanya. I want to achieve the same thing. Please find the issue I logged below.
What would your suggestion be to achieve this? Currently we do direct sql queries from the jira database once a day using an ETL process and then create a Dimensional Model for Reporting and Dashboarding. The jira information are integrated with other sources as well.
Kind Regards, Drickus
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