JQL - How to count the number of my comments per day?

Hey Guys,

i want to create a filter, that show me how much comments i did per day, for a graph.


I want to create a new Graph-Gadget after that, that show me a line, with the number of my comments.

Help! :)

Thanks a lot!

1 answer

Hi Martin,

I don't know if it is possible only with JIRA, but as an alternative you may use Confluence and SQL plugin to query directly JIRA database.

This is an example of usage with wikimarkup:

{chart:title=Comments per user|type=pie|dataOrientation=vertical}
{sql:output=wiki|dataSource=JIRA}
select author, count(*) as "Comments" from jiraaction where created like concat(curdate(),' ','%') group by author;
{sql}
{chart}

Cheers

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