Can I get a record or mapping of issues that were moved in bulk?

4 months ago I created a new project and used "bulk edit" to move a bunch of issues to that project. Is there some way to get a record or mapping of what the old Jira issue IDs were and what the new ones are? For example SW-351 became MDC-3, etc.

Thanks,
Stephanie

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Yes, I was looking for a report of all tickets that were updated. Ended up going through them one by one, time consuming and tedious, but I got what I needed. Thank-you.

Are you looking for a report of all tickets that were updated? You can of course see this information in the History of each ticket but not sure that's what you're asking for

the change in the issue key is reflected in the History of the issue as un update. See below:

One option is to search for all issues updated during the specific time frame you did this change with the JQL similar to that:

updated >= 2013-12-10 AND updated <= 2014-01-14

or Search the actual history. Unfortunately searching the issue history is not easy, you can use the script described here:
https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/138938/what-happened-with-search-history

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