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Is there a way to select particular columns in jira query like in sql? Edited

Ex : select col1, col2 from table A

 

I am trying to get the Test Run List, i can get it by selecting the project and by clicking on the generate report. The columns i can see in the report are 

Test,Test Summary,Components,Test Priority,Test Execution,Test Environments,Test Plan,Test Type,TestRun, Status,Executed By,Fix Version/s,RevisionStarted, AtFinished, AtElapsed,TimeOpen,Closed

i need to get a report for multiple projects at one time.

So,is there a way to select the columns above in the jira query and generate the report for multiple projects 

Thanks in advance.

 

 

 

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Hi! 

Sure, this is main thing in Jql :) 

Please, checkout this one

https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Jira-questions/Favorite-filters-not-saving-columns/qaq-p/232603

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No, there is not.  JQL is not SQL, and all it does is fetch the current list of issues matching the query.

However, you can set up a "filter" in Jira which is a saved JQL query.  When used in the "issue navigator" (and some other places), you can save configuration alongside the filter so that when you revisit it, it looks the same.  The issue navigator can be told to save a list of fields with a filter.  People using the filter will get those columns (but can, of course, set their own columns in their own view)

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