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What table populates issueHistory() JQL function?


The issueHistory() function only returns 60 rows.  Is this function based on a table that contains more rows?  I'm trying to find all issues viewed by a particular user within a date range.  I'm interested in views/exports, not changes.

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Radek Dostál
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Mar 31, 2023

Views aren't really "tracked", certainly not by changehistory - which only tracks field value changes.

The closest to tracking issue views would probably be access logs, but that depends what you define as "view":

* Issue View - self explanatory

* Boards - will load issues and some metadata such as summary in a generic request, only clicking on issues to get them shown in right-hand panel will send a request for the issue by key that can be tracked

* Roadmaps, others - probably no reference to issue keys that are being viewed

* Any other apps, such as requirement management, alternative issue views, dependency links, etc. etc. - may or may not be tracked depending on the api


But in any case, you won't get stats for who viewed which issue from Jira, because it doesn't and it cannot really track it. You would (imo) need to generate that data from access logs.

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