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Reporting on associated Salesforce records from Jira Cloud

Deleted user May 22, 2019

Our product team would like a Jira report of the Salesforce records associated with Jira issues. Is there a friendly way to see the associated Salesforce records in a table format within Jira? 

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Deleted user May 22, 2019

Otherwise, from Jira you must click and read each record details separately. 

Hi Hillary, 

If you're using Jira Cloud, you can run an association report between Jira issues and Salesforce objects. Check out this documentation for a step-by-step guide on how to perform that.

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Deleted user Jun 04, 2019

Thank you! I'm not finding a way to use the association count in the JQL. Do you know if that is possible?


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