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      Atlassian Update - 23 April 2015

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      I am looking for a way to search for all tasks that a specific user has been involved with.

      For example:
      Tom creates a jira task and assigns it to Sally.
      Sally logs work against the task and runs into a road block that only Jim can solve.
      Sally assigns the task to Jim.
      Jim logs work on the task and assigns it back to Sally.
      Sally logs work and resolves the task.
      Tom reviews and closes the task.

      The task now shows Tom as the reporter and the Assignee. There is no way to know that Sally and Jim worked on the task.

      It would be nice to have a search option to find out that Sally (or Jim) contributed to the task.

      This relates somewhat to JRA-6137

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            oaustegard1 Oskar Austegard added a comment -

            I would like to be able to search for an issue that was assigned to one of the members of my team within the past N days. "was assignee" is a start, but I need to limit the time so as not to get issues that are no longer pertinent.

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            oaustegard1 Oskar Austegard added a comment - I would like to be able to search for an issue that was assigned to one of the members of my team within the past N days . "was assignee" is a start, but I need to limit the time so as not to get issues that are no longer pertinent.
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            john42 John Genoese added a comment -

            This is critical for me as well. I work on many different tasks in the agile environment and I'd like to be able to see all work logs for myself over a certain time range.

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            john42 John Genoese added a comment - This is critical for me as well. I work on many different tasks in the agile environment and I'd like to be able to see all work logs for myself over a certain time range.
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            vkamins Vlad added a comment -

            any update on when we can get access to the JQL field for the person who logged work?
            timeSpent tells me how much time was logged, but how can I tell who logged this work?

            Thanks

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            vkamins Vlad added a comment - any update on when we can get access to the JQL field for the person who logged work? timeSpent tells me how much time was logged, but how can I tell who logged this work? Thanks
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            kontakt41 Marcus Noerder-Tuitje added a comment -

            Hi, this is critical to me, too. Is there any solution in sight? I need a filter showing me all tasks having logged work by me inside a specific project.

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            kontakt41 Marcus Noerder-Tuitje added a comment - Hi, this is critical to me, too. Is there any solution in sight? I need a filter showing me all tasks having logged work by me inside a specific project.
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            sonalihande811338164532 SonaliH added a comment -

            CASE:
            Step1: When I get ticket->Start Progress
            Step2: When it is in progress, during logging work log I need to put work log based on whether I worked on impact analysis, coding, rework return to dev impact analysis, rework on return to QA coding, etc. How is it possible? I thought to use a description of work log. But then how will I query?
            I would say to have query like:
            Filter for tickets: select tickets_id, Time of workLogDes like "Impact analysis:%",Time of workLogDes like "Coding:%", Time of workLogDes like "Unit testing:%", Time of workLogDes like "Review:%", Time of workLogDes like "Rework Impact Analysis:%" from tickets_table where release =1.1 and project="TEST"
            Why needed:
            1. Workflow will be a common process throughout organization. Hence it is just have status flow like:
            a) Open, In Technical evalution
            b) In Progress, Stoped Progress
            c) Ready for peer review, return from peer review, resolved
            d) Ready for QA, return from QA
            c) Closed
            2. Now in organization we have sub teams like developers, testers etc. Also each team manager need to follow some workflow to get in depth analysis.
            So we need:
            a) Start, Inprogress
            b) Impact analysis
            c) Coding
            d) Unit testing
            c) In peer review
            So for sub workflow if we can filter out from worklog filter tickets then it will give us good solution. I already had one support request: CA-231251. Let us know if any time JIRA plan to implement it.

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            sonalihande811338164532 SonaliH added a comment - CASE: Step1: When I get ticket->Start Progress Step2: When it is in progress, during logging work log I need to put work log based on whether I worked on impact analysis, coding, rework return to dev impact analysis, rework on return to QA coding, etc. How is it possible? I thought to use a description of work log. But then how will I query? I would say to have query like: Filter for tickets: select tickets_id, Time of workLogDes like "Impact analysis:%",Time of workLogDes like "Coding:%", Time of workLogDes like "Unit testing:%", Time of workLogDes like "Review:%", Time of workLogDes like "Rework Impact Analysis:%" from tickets_table where release =1.1 and project="TEST" Why needed: 1. Workflow will be a common process throughout organization. Hence it is just have status flow like: a) Open, In Technical evalution b) In Progress, Stoped Progress c) Ready for peer review, return from peer review, resolved d) Ready for QA, return from QA c) Closed 2. Now in organization we have sub teams like developers, testers etc. Also each team manager need to follow some workflow to get in depth analysis. So we need: a) Start, Inprogress b) Impact analysis c) Coding d) Unit testing c) In peer review So for sub workflow if we can filter out from worklog filter tickets then it will give us good solution. I already had one support request: CA-231251. Let us know if any time JIRA plan to implement it.

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