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Keep track of who changed the Status of bugs with JQL

Philippe Tang May 12, 2016

Hi,

I would like to keep track and build reports on the users who changed the status of bugs using JQL. In my case, I would like to know which tester has verified a bug; currently I have to go in each bug to find out the answer.

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Joseph Pitt Community Leader May 13, 2016

It won't help you with historical data, but I suggest creating a custom field and copy in the current user with a post function on the transition. I also capture the date. Just put the fields on the view screen. The info is readily available in the issue details and you can easily run reports based on who did what transition.

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Philippe Tang May 13, 2016

Thanks! I just want to avoid adding so many fields smile

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