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What are the valid JQL Fields For Tempo Timesheets?

Paul Alexander
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Mar 05, 2019

I can't seem to find the answer on the Cloud documentation from here. I am a Tempo Timesheets admin.

Using this jql statement, I am trying to find "foo" in all work log descriptions, but seem to only be getting results for issues prior to approximately 1/1/2018. This rings a bell since Tempo migrated to the new Connect platform which may have severed the ability to make this work. So, does this mean the property, worklogComment, is only valid for 2017 data or older (about the time Tempo did this migration)? And yes, I have found many example issues with this string in work log descriptions from 2018 and 2019 so I know the data is present I just can't get at it using jql it seems.

The worklogComment field is not mentioned and of course, it's not native to Jira.

This page is all that is sort of relevant, but the Tempo documentation pages have moved so many times, I'm trying to drive through the link at the top of this page to explore valid instructions, but haven't had luck yet.

project in ("Project A") AND worklogComment ~ foo


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Fabian Lim
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Oct 10, 2021

Hi Paul,

I would create a support ticket with tempo directly to get feedback. They are very good at getting back.


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