how can take backup of jira single ticket and restore it to other jira instance Edited

i have restore single jira ticket 

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Take an xml backup of the whole system, load it into a dev JIRA, delete all the issues from the project except the one you want to import, then export it all again, and use "project import" to pull in that single-issue project from the exported xml.

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Joe Pitt Community Champion Aug 22, 2017

I suggest going forward to not allow deleting issues.  It will happen again. 

Always disallow delete.  It's something that a user really needs to justify in full before they do it.  Every time.

currect @Joe Pitt 

suppose a scenario in which  a project contains hundredes of issues for that case what should have to do @Nic Brough [Adaptavist]?

Joe Pitt Community Champion Aug 22, 2017

I would move them to another project named 'projectname'-deleted.  When you move them they can still be searched for by the old name if someone wants to. Hardly a week passes that someone isn't looking to restore a deleted issue. 

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