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MicrosoftSQL-statement für Jira Tempo Timesheets - 11.5.0



I need help with the SQL statement.

Namely, we need information like:


DATUM - Date for the time booking 

DETAIL - Description of the activity carried out 


auftrg - account 

STD - Time in industrial hours 

ErfDatum - Acquisition date 

teilprojekt - custom fields

bereich - custom field

sendDatum - Modification date (if there has been a change )

sendUser - User of the last change of entries


the problem is that all the tables are very scattered. Can help from someone who has already had a similar request?


best regards

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The Jira database really isn't intended for any form of reporting, and I strongly recommend that you stop reading it.  It's the worst possible way to get data out of Jira.

The REST API for Jira and Tempo can easily return all of that data in a very simple call, rather than the 30-50 joins you are going to need to do to try to get it in SQL.

Hallo @Nic Brough _Adaptavist_ 


Alright. Can you refer me to the documentation on how to get the requested via the REST API?


Best regards

I think you need

But check the panel to the left for other areas that might be useful

Hi @Jurica Petricevic

The documentation that Nic refers to is for the Cloud version of Tempo.

For the Tempo Server REST API documentation, please take a look at

As most of the information you are looking for is native JIRA data, you might also want to take a look at
Please note that this documentation is JIRA version specific.

Best regards,
Susanne Götz
Tempo team 

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