You can use this SQL to get issues with changed issuetype
Select project.pkey + '-' + CAST(jiraissue.issuenum as varchar(20)) , changeitem.* , changegroup.* from changeitem join changegroup join jiraissue join project on jiraissue.PROJECT = project.ID on changegroup.issueid = jiraissue.ID on changeitem.groupid = changegroup.ID where changeitem.FIELD like 'issuetype' order by changegroup.CREATED asc
Yes. When you change an issue, whether it's a single edit or a bulk-edit (including move, edit, transition etc), JIRA re-indexes the issues affected.
If a user has a page open with a dashboard report or query open, it won't be refreshed with changed data, but the next time they use it, it will re-read the issues and hence work off the newly indexed data.
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