Question on JIRADB using postgresql

we are connecting JIRA to postgresql.

Issue:
In jiradb database,while querying jiraissue table,pkey column values(ie issue keys for each issues) are not displaying.

Query: select * from jiraissue;

we have cross checked the above table jiraissue results by connecting jira with mysql, its dispalying pkey column values (ie issue keys).

Could anyone please help on the above issue ,why pkey values are not inserting in jiraissue table when connecting through postgresql.

2 answers

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Are you using jira 6.1? The data from that column has been removed, see https://developer.atlassian.com/display/JIRADEV/Preparing+for+JIRA+6.1#PreparingforJIRA6.1-editprojectkeydb

(Nothing to do with postgres).

yes IM USING JIRA6.1, BUT THROUGH MYSQL ITS CONNECTING.THEN WHICH VERSION OF JIRA HAS THAT COLUMN?

yes IM USING JIRA6.1, BUT THROUGH MYSQL ITS CONNECTING.THEN WHICH VERSION OF JIRA HAS THAT COLUMN?

Ouch, shouty.

Version 6 and below still have that column. You should read Jamie's link to see what is changing here.

Thank you..Sorry im new to jira.am not aware of this

I want to import JSON file for importing link information in JIRA 6.1.

In previous version ,JSON file had src and destination key as pkey(issue key).

If that column(pkey) is empty in JIRA 6.1 ,what will be values for src id and dest id in JSON file?

I want to import JSON file for importing link information in JIRA 6.1.

In previous version ,JSON file had src and destination key as pkey(issue key).

If that column(pkey) is empty in JIRA 6.1 ,what will be values for src id and dest id in JSON file?

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