Are there any userguides for older JIRA versions (6.0.8)?

I am working (As a JIRS Admin) for a company that uses JIRA 6.0.8 software. I am looking for any documentation or guidance on how to import CSV files to create bulk issues. Basically create about 30 tickets where some fields vary (company name, server name, subject/title, etc.), but most fields are the same through an import of a CSV file with multiple rows to create each ticket at one time. Is this possible?

Is there any documentation for older JIRA versions for how to accomplish this?

Thanks,

Nick

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Hello Nicholas,

I think that these documents have all the info for what you need, I am just not entirely sure of the version.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you still have doubts.

I will not be able to accomplish this unless we upgrade to at least 6.2 or higher correct?

Thanks,

Nick

Nicholas,

No, what I meant is that the add-on I mentioned, JExcel, is only available from JIRA 6.2. But you should be able to use CSV importer from JIRA just fine, which is documented In the 3 other links I sent.

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