We have some executives that want to know quite a bit of information about how we have JIRA set up. They want us to move to ADO, which from what we can tell has fairly paltry features as compared to JIRA.
I'm working on the list of business requirements as they relate to our current JIRA setup. There is one thing that I'm not sure is possible and wanted to ask.
We have around 100 filters that we use for different things. I need to be able to come up with a list of all of the fields that we use in our filters. This is going to be quite the long list, so doing it manually will take forever. However, this alone should save our JIRA setup because ADO's filter functions are awful.
Is there a way to do this systematically or do I need to do it manually?
Hello @Jason J_ Fedelem
You could use the REST API to get a list of the filters and that includes the jql of each filter. See:
You might be able to construct something to parse the output to extract the fields named in the filters.
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