Is there any way to write a JIRA query which displays the date of each issue's first comment (plus next I want to refine that to first comment by someone other than the reporter)? I think not, but just checking.
Good news for you: the query is not only possible, I also just wrote it for you and you can test just by copying it below and running on your database.
Be aware that this query was wrote and tested on a PostgreSQL database, so you may have to adapt according to your database type.
SELECT DISTINCT(CONCAT(p.pkey, '-', ji.issuenum)) AS "Issue", ja.created AS "Date of first comment", ja.actionbody AS "Comment" FROM jiraaction ja JOIN jiraissue ji ON ja.issueid = ji.id JOIN project p ON ji.project = p.id WHERE actiontype='comment' AND ji.reporter != ja.author ORDER BY 3;
I should have said JIRA "filter" instead of query. I was hoping I could do it with JQL.
But I think I just need to ask for db query permission and do this using sql like you proposed.
I can see from what your sql needs to do that I was just having a nice fantasy that it could be done from advanced search using JQL.
At this point you cannot achieve this kind of result with a JQL query, as it's very basic, not including advanced functions like 'JOIN'. :( By the way, I made a mistake on the query, which I just corrected. I have updated it and should perform way better! ;)
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