Poblems with Kepler when query returns too many rows

I need to define a Database field based on a query over an external database. The query finds all the configuration items that can be related with the issue thas is being created by users. Users create these kind of issues to inform about bugs of these configuration items.

The number of possible configuration items to relate with the issue is about 8000 and the performance of JIRA is so bad that even the Jira instance goes down.

Do you know any other plugin able to manage with so many results of a query?

Our requirements are:

1) Validate that the configuration item enter by user is correct

2) if it's possible to help user to select the rigth value showing him the list of possible configuration items. It can be through other kind of interface control.... for example opening a window with a filter included will be a good solution por us

3) All the possible configuration items are registered in an external CMDB and we make the query over it to validate the entered value.

Any sugesstions?

2 answers

Our DBCF plugin was not intended for such heavy recordset. The SQL config allows you to narrow your results to a human bearable size (using other custom fields values, etc, check http://confluence.kepler-rominfo.com/display/DBCF/Dynamic+Query). We plan for a paid version of it able to handle huge recordsets, but this will need a complete re-write.

We have tried to solve this using 2 related fields. The value of the first one can filter the number of results obtained by the query of the second field.

The problem with this solution using Dynamic Queries is that the value of the first field is entered at the same action than the second one (both in the creation of the issue).

Somebody knows how we can use something similar to the solution for including "users" into "groups"? In this case, to include a user into a group a window is opended with all users and a filter in this window can be used to filter users. Also navigation is allowed in this kind of user interface control.

Suggest an answer

Log in or Sign up to answer
How to earn badges on the Atlassian Community

How to earn badges on the Atlassian Community

Badges are a great way to show off community activity, whether you’re a newbie or a Champion.

Learn more
Community showcase
Published Thursday in Jira

5 ways you can make the most of Jira Software and Bitbucket Cloud

As part of the Bitbucket product team I'm always interested in better understanding what kind of impact the use of our tools have on the way you work. In a recent study we conducted of software devel...

78 views 0 5
Read article

Atlassian User Groups

Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!

Find a group

Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!

Find my local user group

Unfortunately there are no AUG chapters near you at the moment.

Start an AUG

You're one step closer to meeting fellow Atlassian users at your local meet up. Learn more about AUGs

Groups near you