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How can i get the list of components associated to a release ? Edited

I would like to be able to see the list of components associated to a release.

For a given release version:

- fetch all issues

- for each issue, fetch all associated components

- return list of distinct components.

3 answers

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Hello,

You can do it with Jira Rest API.

Execute the GET /rest/api/2/search

Pass fixVersion = "Your Version" as the JQL expression and you will get the required info.

You can find more info about  GET /rest/api/2/search here:

https://docs.atlassian.com/software/jira/docs/api/REST/7.6.1/?_ga=2.8688309.1476107635.1526884318-593458345.1525875113#api/2/search-searchUsingSearchRequest

alexandre,

Do you have a list of all the components that are  in use in your projects?

Victor

I do, in the Components section.

But for any given release, not all of them will be impacted.

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I have the same question. Intrested in the JQL query.

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