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Select by JQL only from Company-managed software


in my company we use the two software JIRA project types:

  • Company-managed software (Classic projects): For most of projects that require to follow business investment.
  • Team-managed software (Next-Gen projects): For all other cases.

As Team-managed software are created by anyone in the organization, I need to find a way to get data only from "Company-managed software" projects.



It is very important for me specially when I import data to EazyBI as I want to avoid the noise from the "team-managed projects" (custom fields, workflows, states...)


Is there any avaliable field that I can use from JQL to select only issues/data from "Company-managed software" projects?

I have seen that there is a field called ProjectType but in this case I cannot choose between Company-managed or Team-managed projects as it is the project type manually selected in the project properties page.


Thanks in advance,




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John Funk Community Leader Jun 03, 2021

Hi Richard - maybe you could use the project category? 

Otherwise, I think you will need to open a support ticket with Atlassian.

Thank you John.

I can use project category, but this field is useful for distiguish the organization project type (software, it...) and It would be great if I do not need to create new project types to do so.

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John Funk Community Leader Jun 03, 2021


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Ivan Lima Community Leader Jun 03, 2021

Not that I'm aware. I came across a similar question here where you can find additional insights on that. An open suggestion is linked to the question (JRACLOUD-71674) that you can vote on and add yourself as a watcher to receive notification from now on.

Thank you Ivan

As the request is related to the JQL instead of the visibility of the project type I have also add a new suggestion to JIRA (JRACLOUD-76763

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Hi @Ricard Renalias 

In addition to the suggested improvements to make this information searchable out-of-the-box for Jira, there are marketplace addons which allow searching the Project's Entity Properties.  One of those properties is Style, and it indicates "classic" or "next-gen".

If you do not want to purchase an addon, a couple of work-arounds are to:

  1. Manually call the REST API function for projects, and use a regular expression to parse out the ones you want, "classic", put those project ids into a CSV list.  Then use that to filter your data query.
  2. Automate #1 above with an automation rule, having it send you the CSV list of projects on your desired cadence.  I did this a few months ago as an experiment and it worked well.

Best regards,


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