SQL Query to get all field ids of a specific project

Hi guys, I've already asked the question directly to Atlassian support but they suggested that I tried Answers instead.

To setup SSRS reports, we would need to obtain all the field IDs that are used in his project. I was wondering if there was an SQL query that I could execute to obtain all the IDs of the fields used in a specific project or into specific Screen Schemes ?

Thank you


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Richie Gee Atlassian Team Feb 18, 2014

For screen and field configuration, you can tweak the below code to obtain the result you wanted:

select * from fieldscreenlayoutitem where fieldscreentab in (select ID from fieldscreentab where fieldscreen = (select ID from fieldscreen where name like '%Default%'));

The above will list the field association with the field configuration default that came with JIRA, for you, you might need to tweak the keyword default to another keyword that suits your need.

There is no direct tie between fields (other than system fields) with the project other than you restrict to specific project.

Hope this helps

Thank you Richie, that answers my question.

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In general, JIRA's data model is quite denormalised, so this is hard to come with simple table. 

This is what could be done for JIRA 6.4

Step 1

// Get list of IssueTypeScreenSchema for Projects
select sink_node_id, pname from nodeassociation na join project pr on pr.id=na.source_node_id where na.association_type = 'ProjectScheme' and na.sink_node_entity = 'IssueTypeScreenScheme';
 sink_node_id |         pname
        10100 | PRG
        10300 | Agile-Project

Pick one sink_node_id: eg 10300.

Step 2 

// Get list of all uniq screen elements for IssueTypeScreenSchema

select distinct(fieldidentifier) from fieldscreenlayoutitem join fieldscreentab on fieldscreentab.id=fieldscreenlayoutitem.fieldscreentab join fieldscreen on fieldscreen.id = fieldscreentab.fieldscreen join fieldscreenschemeitem on fieldscreenschemeitem.fieldscreen=fieldscreen.id where fieldscreenscheme in (select fieldscreenscheme from issuetypescreenschemeentity where scheme = 10300)) order by fieldidentifier;

Note: customfield_10403, this is CustomField with ID 10403

Step 3 - List CustomFields

select id,cfname from customfield;
  id   |        cfname
 10401 | Epic Link
 10403 | Epic Name
 10600 | number-test
 10700 | issueFunction
 10800 | test-user-field


Hope this helps. 


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