Hi, I have seen the info at: https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver073/importing-data-from-csv-861253680.html but it will fail if the worklog element has anything but seconds in it.
Also, can see how to specify the user the worklog is for since the import wizard does not include Users which is listed as a potential element in the CSV.
I am using the Cloud version of JIRA
This is my issue summary,reporter_username,Blocker,Open,This is my worklog comment;2017-10-13 08:53:11;worklog_username;3600
Thanks Steven, I can now import - I had now changed the import date format, the one on online help and yours did not match the one coming up and I didn't spot it :(
However, whilst it imports, I cannot actually see the worklog entry on the newly created issue.
I have installed tempo timesheets.
What could I be missing?
No, I don't see time added. Certainly can add through the website, and the import succeeds (I tested this by adding a new comment to the issue).
Still stuck on this. Is there a permission I could use, is there a JQL that can be used to see if they exist in the database?