I have created a custom field (for eg. Release) of type single version picker.
I have created many issues and set this field. Now, I want to search for all JIRA issues for a particular release. Since, I am writing reports in BIRT, I need an SQL query.
I am able to fetch the values for all other custom values, but not for this field. (I have created 3 more fields of type version picker.)
Could you please provide me help on this? May be a sample SQL query or the table which will hold the link to the jiraissue and the value of the release custom field.
Any help on this would be appreciated.
I think this should get you started:
SELECT jiraissue.pkey,projectversion.vname FROM jiraissue,projectversion,customfieldvalue,customfield WHERE customfieldvalue.issue = jiraissue.id AND customfieldvalue.customfield = customfield.id AND customfieldvalue.numbervalue = projectversion.id
As for turning the issue reference (pkey) into an HTML link, you could probably use a string operator such as:
SELECT '<a href="https://jira.yourdomain.com/browse/' || jiraissue.pkey || '">' || jiraissue.pkey || '</a>' AS "Issue No.",
Hope that helps.
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