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How to distinguish between jira time tracking records and tempo records in the worklog table

Team, I need help in distinguing tempo time records and jira time tracking records. Both the time records fall in a same table and I'm facing difficulty in distinguing the records.

Thanks in advance.


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On server, Tempo worklogs are the same as Jira worklogs since Tempo is using Jira worklogs table. To see the difference is to look for Tempo work attributes. (WA_VALUE)

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If you are looking in the database, then the best answer is "stop".  That way lies madness, and you'll never get a get a good, usable, and reliable answer.

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