If you have access to Jira database you could pull data using following SQL Queries
select p.pkey,p.pcounter AS number_of_stories,p.LEAD from project p ORDER BY pcounter ASC;
SELECT DISTINCT p.pkey,p.LEAD,MAX(i.UPDATED) as "Last Updated"
FROM jiraissue i
INNER JOIN project p
ON p.ID = i.PROJECT
GROUP BY p.pkey,p.LEAD
ORDER BY MAX(i.UPDATED) ASC
Hope this helps you get started
You seem quite able with SQL, where I am not, and therefore I hope you can help me out.
I need to get the following from our MSSQL DB.
A list of all projects, with:
Last issue updated date
And the user who updated it
Project Lead Email
I hope you can help me out.
Try this SQL
select p.pkey as [Project Key], p.DESCRIPTION as [Project Description], p.LEAD as [Project Lead], cu.email_address as [Project Lead Email], pc.cname as [Project Category], p.URL as [Project URL] from project p
JOIN nodeassociation na ON na.SOURCE_NODE_ID = p.ID
JOIN projectcategory pc ON na.SINK_NODE_ID = pc.ID
JOIN cwd_user cu ON cu.user_name = p.LEAD
where na.SINK_NODE_ENTITY ='ProjectCategory'
Hope this helps
i needed this information too, so i just queried it from the database (mysql)
SELECT p.pname, p.pkey, u.display_name, u.email_address FROM jiradb.project p, jiradb.cwd_user u where lower(u.lower_user_name) = lower(p.lead);
this will give you the projects (without projects where the lead is no longer in jira)
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