Excel tool which takes JQL as input

Hi All

I want to be able to build an excel tool which would take JQL as an input (from a user , from the excel) and go to jira, search it and download the results back in the excel.

Is it something possible or am i dreaming too much?

Do we have any plugins which does this?

Is there any easy solution to my problem?


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Just for information, I think that is the same needs , I am starting to develop a plugin to our company using jXLS API which export a JQL result to an excel file using an excel template file.

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Hey guys, check out our Structure plugin. It's not exactly this tool that you describe, but it has a very nice Excel export. Note the "Views" concept that lets you quickly switch columns and define your own views.

It exports a structure, so first you'll need to do a JQL search, then add all results to an empty structure, then do the export.

In Structure 3.0, we'll have a much more straightforward way to go from JQL to Excel export.


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Not exactly sure what you mean by Excel tool, but you can use JIRA Command Line Interface and the getIssueList action to produce a csv file (excel can import) of issues satisfying a JQL query or filter search.

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