Is it possible to find out project type via JQL?

Basically I want to be able to select issues only from SCRUM or KANABAN projects separately in a specific project category. 

Thanks!

 

 

 

 

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If you are using different project categories for Scrum and Kanban projects simply use JQL:

category = <YourCategoryScrum>

and

category = <YourCategoryKanban>

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That can work as a workaround smile

But is there a way to access project type and not just category?

I'm afraid not, unless you store this information in a custom field.

There is no such thing as "project type". It's a choice you make in a template, but it is not stored anywhere. It just informs the "create project" action of what you want.

Understood! And thank you!

A script runner jql function might do it but could be slow for a large instance

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