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How to display planned time from Tempo timesheets in issue screen with field or custom field?

Hi,

I just spend half my day in searching for a way to display planned time from Tempo timesheets in issue screen with field or custom field?

Time is planned for all issues in Tempo. Custom search is exported in excel and one of the columns should be "Planned time".

I've searched in database for a way to identify planned time per issue. And I was planning to create custom field with Kepler DBCF. But I was not able to locate needed information in JIRA database.

Can anyone help?

I just need that field with planned time.

 

Thank you!

 

JIRA version: 6.2

Tempo Timesheets  version: 7.8.3

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Hello,

I would love to see "planned time" on the right-hand side in the tab Time Tracking in issues.

Did you eventually find a solution for your requirement?

Best regards,
André

Hi @Todor Kostadinov

@André Stuhrmann 

and others that need to achieve the same.

You can use the Scriptrunner tool to achieve this. An example script can be found on their site. 

But I am pretty much sure the same can also be accomplished with Power Scripts. They don´t offer a routine for that case but you easily use the REST API (which is also used in the sample script from Scriptrunner).

BR

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