@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
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
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