I'm testing/evaluating the Bamboo / JIRA / GreenHopper combo. We have been testing Bamboo independently in production, so it contains records with pointers to JIRA Issues. But the JIRA production system does not -- and cannot right now -- get the Bamboo plugin.
I have a test instance of JIRA / GreenHopper. I can create a project with initials matching the ones Bamboo knows about. But the Issue numbers start at 1. To get a matching number I will have to pump in a thousand bogus JIRA Issues.
I was hoping there was a way to tell my new project to start with number 995, for example.
You can stop Jira, set the counter for the project and restart it. Uses SQL, and I really do mean it about stopping Jira, so that might not be suitable.
The other trick I use is exactly what you've suggested - import a CSV with the right number of lines, and then delete them all later. (Spreadsheets make it very easy to generate the CSV)
Hi, I want to assist the user by the next issue number (based on the current count of project issues), while he is creating an issue. this needs to create a custom filed or change the issue number field so that it sets the value based on the query result or project.issuecount +1; I greatly appreciate if you explain where and how I can write this query and test for a custom field. I am new to jira. based on the highest available issue number in the project I am trying to get the count of all issues of a project
You can't. You cannot know what the number is going to be until the user clicks the "save" button. Simple scenario - the counter is at say 576. So you start creating an issue. Your logic would say "the number will be 577". You don't type as fast as I do, and I click create before you. I get 577, and you get 578. Also, I'd question the requirement - what actual use is the number to the user before they create the issue? Second, for "trying to get a count of all issues", the issue keys are of no use. The instant someone moves or deletes an issue from the project, the "highest issue key" is wrong. To find out how many issues there are in a project, you need to run a filter for "all issues in project" and look at the number it returns.
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