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  • Hi to all, How can i list all the issues that have been moved from one project to another ? I found an option " project CHANGED" but i didn't knew how to use it. Can anyone help me please !! Thanks in advance.

Hi to all, How can i list all the issues that have been moved from one project to another ? I found an option " project CHANGED" but i didn't knew how to use it. Can anyone help me please !! Thanks in advance.

 

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Unfortunately, JIRA reports that

  • History searches do not support the 'project' field.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirasoftwarecloud/advanced-searching-fields-reference-764478339.html#Advancedsearching-fieldsreference-ProjectProject

 

Perhaps you may find distinctive status change like 

Project = <projkey> AND Status CHANGED TO "OPEN"

  • above JQL returns also Re-Opened issues. not sure if it will affect stats in your case. You may restrict FROM status to get rid of reopened

 

Hi Vitaliy,

Yes i have tried it and got the same error message as you unfortunately..

The problem is that the status is not important, all i want to list is all the issues that has been migrated from one project A to an another project B.

Thank you for your help!

when you move an issue you can select target project and issue type, but status cannot be selected.

therefore Moved Issue status is CHANGED to the initial status of the target workflow.

Issues originally created in target project don't fit this condition (unless reopened that can be filtered out using additional condition).

 

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JQL Tricks plugin (commercial plugin) has a function (movedIssues) to do this.

unfortunately i'm not administrator so  can not install te plugin ...

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