@Magdalena Michalakas of today (2019-09-19) at least, it is not in the page you linked: that page has no reference of either “property”, “development” or “commits”.
Additionally, the `development[commits].all > 0` query works (at least for classic jira projects), but is marked by jira as invalid (red cross instead of green check), and prevents JQL autocomplete from working if you want to add other criteria.
Edit: found it in the documentation in another page I found via a thread linked to this one: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jiracorecloud/advanced-searching-developer-reference-967312946.html
@sgautrin Sorry, it seems that the info was moved to a separate page and is now here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirasoftwareserver/advanced-searching-development-fields-reference-973491363.html
My apologies for the noobness of the reply.
I am looking for a JQL query that will list the branch that was referenced in a Git Commits (or Git Roll Up).
The "development[commits].all > 0" does not seem to pull any results. My guess is I need to refine the criteria, but it is not clear where I should begin.
BTW: We use the JIRA server, not a cloud version.
And please no Add-on solutions, as Add-ons are not affordable nor sustainable over the longer term of our projects.
My guess is Yes we have Git Roll Up (is GIT Commit also part of this same Git integration app?) installed in JIRA. I am familiar with GIT usage, as I am mainly the Confluence person, but my team needs a way to track the GIT commits and merging branches into master all of the Commit branches for a specific Epic(s).
Hi Casey -
Yes, the Git Commit issue tab and Git Roll Up issue tab are both from the same Git Integration app. The latest version is v3.4.3.
The app has two options for JQL searching (for Jira Server and Data Center):
gitBranch in (master) AND resolution = Unresolved
gitCommitsReferenced is not empty AND resolution = Unresolved
Note: there is a hard limit currently on JQL searching of 65,000 Jira issues with commits. We'll be addressing this limitation later this year.
If you have any specific follow up questions - you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for the quick reply, @Adam Wride Unfortunately, using the method described on this page does not seem to be helping (ie. development[commits].all > 0). I'm curious - does the following option have to be enabled in order for this to work properly?
"Send Development Information to Jira Cloud"
Hi @Chris McGuire -
Correct, you will need "Send Development Information to Jira Cloud" enabled (which is the default for new installations - but if you installed the app more than a few weeks ago - you'll need to enable it in the General settings of the app).
Note: you will likely want to reconnect your repositories/integrations after enabling that setting so that all the commits/branches/pull requests get included.
Thanks for your immediate help. Query does not yield any results. I am trying the following in JQL. Is there anything wrong ? project = "Advanced Planning" and issue.property[development].commits is not empty No issues were found to match your search Try modifying your search criteria or creating a new issue
It would rely on on you having set up the integration between JIRA and your source control system. The information for that JQL comes from the same source that makes the number of commits and branches show up in the developer status area. See these two links: * https://confluence.atlassian.com/jira/integrating-jira-with-code-development-tools-395707042.html#IntegratingJIRAwithCodeDevelopmentTools-Developmentpanelonissues * https://confluence.atlassian.com/jira/streamlining-your-development-with-jira-443548553.html
You can find the development functions for JQL at the url below it all depends if you have your dev tools linked to Jira.
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