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Managing component versions Edited


I am working on a project with 4 different (Hardware, firmware, software, etc) teams.
In order to manage the issues I have decided to create one project with a component indicating which team the issue is relevant for.

The outcome of each team is versioned differently (sometimes we update the firmware version, sometimes the software version), and I was wondering -
Is there a way to manage release versions for a project, along with versions for each of the components for the same project?

Just to add more context, each team has their own board for managing their issues



The ideal solution for me will allow me to see all of the issues related to a fix version of the project in one screen.

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Hi @Yarden Cohen

Just to check - this is in the Next-Gen Cloud section with tags for Jira Server? Is it Server you're referring to here?

By default, Jira doesn't have component versions - versions are specific to a project.

You'd need to consider an add-on for this - such as:

Or if you're using Cloud, you could consider an app like Version Manager for Jira Cloud.

For reference, this has been a longstanding feature request since 2004. Server's request - JRASERVER-3501 - was closed as "Won't Do" in 2017. Cloud's request - JRACLOUD-3501 - remains open.


Thank you for your reply.
Was referring to Jira Server.

This methodology does not work for my organization yet I think I will open it in a discussion.

Thank you for your help.

No worries :) - if there's something specific you can mention about what you need around methodology, happy to try and find any other alternative!


Opened a discussion after gathering a bit more information:

Managing different teams with different projects .

Would appreciate you joining in.

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