The goal is to have a report showing all JIRA issues that were ever assigned to an associate in my group.
I'm attempting to use the following filter in JIRA:
Project = Abends AND created >= startOfMonth() AND created <= endOfMonth() AND assignee was in (DT01781, DT03430, DT14833, DT14242, DT21947, DT25940, DT28802, DT10498, DT25238, DT20636, DT19317, DT29796, DT19506, DT37403, DT09973, DT25965, DT05773, DT38857, DT39542, DT59228, DT14203, DT66309, DT81630, DT72977, DT79512, DT75970, DT87215, DT78483, DT75980, DT80849, DT72634, DT87716) ORDER BY assignee ASC, status ASC, created ASC
The problem is the results. It currently displays the current assignee, not the 'assignee was in' list in my filter. How do I display the results, broken down by the ID's I've listed in my filter? And if this is possible, will it display using the ID, or the actual name associated?
Is this too complex, or am I missing something?
There's nothing wrong with your query. What you are missing is that JQL is for finding issues, NOT reporting on them.
The list you are getting is right. You are then displaying the list of results in a function that reads the details and displays them (such as the issue navigator). That function is built to render the current values for the fields selected. It has no possible way to know that you want to display something other than, well, what you (and the developers) have told it to render.
You're going to need a spot of code to get this one - something that will pull out previous assignees from the issues.
I agree, the query is showing exactly what it's told, I was just hoping it was smart enough to understand that the assignee had been defined in the query, and would be able to dynamically order the query by it.
If this is impossible without special code, I'm assuming by going against the underlying data, that's what I'll have to do.
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