Tables (that contain issues) in Jira Database


After installation of JIRA (6.1.2) on linux server (Suse 11) with SQL server 2008 R2 backend.

The database was called "jiradb"

I created a project "Atlassian Jira Test Project" and 2 issues AJTP-1 and AJTP-2 in JIRA

Which tables in the database "jiradb" contain the info about this project and the issues created.

Thanks for your help.


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Hi Bill,

As what I know, if using PosGreSQL, the table is public.jiraissue . Not sure whether if it is same with SQL server 2008 R2. In addition, you can enable SQL loggin to see SQL retrieved when issue is created.

Best Regards,


Hi Steve:

Thanks for your info. Based on your reply, I figured out.

The name of the table is dbo.jiraissue in my SQL SERVER 2008 R2

Thanks again


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Although you've now been given the table you asked about, I suspect you're going to look at it and find it doesn't contain what you think it does and you're going to ask for more.

Before you do, have a look at

Hi Nic:

The above link contains really a lot of information I need.

Thanks & Regards,


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