How do I get a list of active components in JIRA and export them?

We are deprecating a development tool we use and moving to JIRA. I would like to be able to get a list of active components in JIRA to compare to our dev tools components to make sure JIRA is updated with all that we need. How do I get a list of the active components in JIRA and then export them to excel?

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getComponentList from JIRA Command Line Interface (CLI) produces a csv file that can be imported into Excel. Use with runFromProjectList to collect information from multiple projects into a single csv file.

Thank you Bob:)

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Hi Jana,

There is another easy and economic way of doing the same. you can run below JQL:

component is not EMPTY

Above will result in all the issues which are using the component, post which you can export the issue result in an excel and remove duplicates(data->remove duplicates), by this you will have a list of unique components currently in use.

If you want to list out all the components in JIRA Project, then you can simply navigate to the project->Overview->Components

It will list all the components which you can simply copy and paste in an excel. you will have the entire component list.

Hope this helps.

 

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