Depending how many you have, I'd also think about doing a SQL query. There is a Jira DB schema which shows you the appropriate tables. The components is a little harder but it shows you how to get the information out in oen go
Easiest way is to go the Resolution page under Administration and click on 'Edit'. You will see the id at the end of the url in browser.
For example, https://xxxxx/secure/admin/EditResolution!default.jspa?id=5. Here 5 is the id.
For components, go to projects menu and browse the component. Id will be in the end.
For example, https://xxxx/browse/ITS/component/12402. Here 12402 is the id.
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