It's very important for me get the issue type scheme associated of all projects in database. I dont find the way to get it. I don't know wich query I should execute.
Plese, help me.
Thanks so much!
Thanks Marcus, but i need all the projects that doesnt have the default issue type scheme.
I think the correct query is:
select project.pname, pkey from project where project.ID not in ( select project.ID from project join configurationcontext on project.ID = configurationcontext.PROJECT where configurationcontext.customfield = "issuetype" and configurationcontext.FIELDCONFIGSCHEME != 10000 and configurationcontext.FIELDCONFIGSCHEME is not null)
This should return all Issue Types associated to the project "Test".
select IT.pname from project P join configurationcontext CC on P.id = CC. project join fieldconfigschemeissuetype FCI on FCI.fieldconfigscheme = CC.fieldconfigscheme join optionconfiguration OC on OC.fieldconfig = FCI.fieldconfiguration join issuetype IT on IT.id = OC.optionid where P.pname = 'Test'
Hope this helps
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