SQL query to get imputed time

Good Morning,

I need to get the time allocated by user and project, filtering by dates.

How do I get it through an sql query?

The imputed time table is "worklog", but I need to cross the Author with the username, and the TIMEWORKED in hours.

Thank you very much,
Greetings from Spain!
Eve

2 answers

Alternatively you can use the SQL for JIRA Driver which is easier and lesser risks than accessing to the JIRA native database. Furthermore, since the 3.1 version, the users' worklogs are supported in the Data Analysis console so you can summarize and filter users' work logs with drag&drop, view results as charts, etc.

I have the following:

select
jira.cwd_user.DISPLAY_NAME USUARIO, jira.customfieldvalue.TEXTVALUE CENTRO_DE_COSTE, round(jira.worklog.timeworked/3600,2) Horas
from
jira.worklog ,
jira.cwd_user,
jira.jiraissue,
jira.customfieldvalue

where
jira.cwd_user.user_name = jira.worklog.author and
jira.jiraissue.id = jira.worklog.issueid and
jira.customfieldvalue.issue = jira.jiraissue.id
and
startdate > '07/06/15'

 

But I need to get the total time per person and date.

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