Export issue along with attachments, comments and links into csv and then import into Jira project

Hi,

 

I am trying to export the Risk issues from JIRA project and then import into another JIRA project, which has identical workflow,screen and fields. How I can export into csv format including attachments, comments and links to import ?

This may be repeated question but I am not finding the exact method to do this. hope some other may done this.

 

Thanks,

3 answers

You will not be able to transfer attachments in CSV. Period.

 

 

Here is the process I would use.

1) set up a filter to collect all the issues you want to send to a new project.
2) Once you have them saved, go to the tools dropdown
3) you are going to do a bulk change
4) click on all those you want to choose, and click next
5) In step 2 of 4 choose the "move Issues" radio button. you can move them to a new project.
6) Follow the next simple steps.

this will get the job done for you.

welcome

John

 

 

 

@John Pfotzer how about importing into another Jira instance. My projects are not in one instance. They are in different servers.

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First, CSV?  Probably the worst mechanism you could choose to do this...  Anyway.

For each source JIRA, you need to do as John says - get your issues into the same project first.  Then, export the system to XML.  Next, import that single project into a dev system.  Repeat that for each source JIRA.

Once you have all your issues in the dev system, export that, and then import the merged project into your target.

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