We are attempting to migrate from Team Foundation Server to JIRA. I am looking into importing all of our stories into JIRA and it's going pretty well except that I'm having trouble getting them into the appropriate sprints. My plan was to create the right number of sprints in JIRA by hand then import all the stories from a CSV file into each sprint as appropriate. However, I keep getting this error:
Cannot add value [ [Sprint 18] ] to CustomField Sprint in Issue with summary 'Update multiselect control to allow adding values'. Exception Message: Sprint id must be a number: Sprint 18
The CSV file sprints values are things like "Sprint 18". Apparently the importer wants to map that to the internal JIRA sprint ID but I'm having trouble finding out what that is. How does one determine that?
Here is some sample data from the CSV file:
ID,ParentID,Work Item Type,Title,Assigned To,State,Iteration Path,Effort,Description 1716,,Story,Title 1,,Done,Sprint 18,8,Some text 1722,1716,Sub-task,Title 2,John Smith,Done,Sprint 18,, 1884,1716,Sub-task,Title 3,Fred Jones,Done,Sprint 18,, 1737,,Story,Title 4,,New,Sprint 19,5,More text
JIRA maintains an equivalent numeric value for each Sprint. The numeric value is what you need to have in the CSV file,
To find the numeric equivalent of a sprint, do the following : Go to Issue navigator, and specify the following query: sprint = Sprint 18.
When you finish typing Sprint 18, you will see the corresponding numeric value displayed in the query
Thanks for the input. Unfortunately, that doesn't work that well when you have multiple projects that have sprints with the same name. So if I have two projects each with a sprint called "Sprint 18", I see both sprints in the list and no way to know which one is for which project (aside from maybe the date/time that gets displayed in that list as well). Unless you know of a way to get it to only show one project's sprint in the list.
If we're going to get hacky about it, another way that works is to open Chrome developer (or whatever browser debugger you use) and look at the network activity tab when you do things related to a specific sprint. That usually displays the sprint id somewhere in the query string. For example if you go to Reports and run the Sprint Report with the appropriate sprint selected, you will see something like this in the network tab:
which only shows you one sprint. Of course if you're not a developer you probably don't want go this route, but those of us doing CSV imports are more likely to be devs.
I created a sample issue and added it to the appropriate sprint. The issue history shows the new sprint value with both the sprint name and sprint ID. This worked well since I created all sprints back to back and could simply increment the mapping value in Excel.
You can also get a list of sprints and their IDs using SELECT * FROM AO_60DB71_SPRINT.
Since sprints can be shared across projects, you'll need to ensure it has a unique name to ensure you are mapping to the correct sprint.
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