Is there a way to determine how many projects in my instance have not been used in the past 6 months? I.e. no issues created or modified not even comments added. I tried to think of using JQL but couldnt figure a way out.
Admin changes to projects can be ignored.
select * from project where key not in (select distinct(pkey) from jiraissue where updated > "insert your date here")
If you have confluence as well, you can run the SQL report in there using bob Swift's SQL plugin.
Thank you very much. The following is the query I have used.
select pname from project where ID not in (select distinct(project) from jiraissue where updated > '2012-07-01 00:00:00');
Neither of those queries worked for me. The first one didn't because pkey is deprecated, and the second one uses the "wrong" date format. This is what worked for me: select pname from project where ID not in (select distinct(project) from jiraissue where updated > '01-JAN-12');
assume today is 20 May 2016 following sql list all projects with issue created/updated in past month:
select * from project where id in (select distinct(project)
from jiraissue where updated > to_date('20/04/2016','dd/mm/yyyy'))
You can do a reverse stuff using JQL, "updatedDate >= -180d ORDER BY resolved DESC", save it as filter and create a Issue Statistics gadget with Project as the key. It will list me all the projects which are active in last 6 months.
Everything remaining is unused.
#projects without any updated issues within the last 6 month
select pname, lead,pkey from project where id NOT in (select distinct(project) from jiraissue where updated > date_sub(now(),interval 6 month))
Jira does not support this feature at the moment.
This is a feature request submitted in Nov 2012. here's the link to it. Feel free to go in and vote for this feature request.
btw. fixed query from @Matthew Cobby :
select pkey from project where ID not in (select distinct(PROJECT) from jiraissue where updated > date_sub(now(), interval 31 day));
showing all project keys for all project that didn't have updated JIRA since 31 days
I did it with the last date updated per project with SubFactory
select * from (
select project, updated,
max(updated) over (partition by project) as max_update
where updated = max_update
Hello Joshua, did you tried to run this query on your DB?
SubFactory is a term for a temporary table created (in this case temp) and selecting those values from the temporary table
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