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From Kathey Marsden <kmarsdende...@sbcglobal.net>
Subject Re: Fwd: [jira] [Created] (INFRA-4026) Jira no longer allows export of more than 1000 issues. Gives HTTP Status 403 - You are not allowed to get a result set of more than 1000 results.
Date Fri, 14 Oct 2011 16:51:48 GMT

>>
>> But if you can express your query using JQL, why not go directly to 
>> JIRA?
> I think that the problem is that there are some queries (particularly 
> those involving NOT) which can't be constructed using the existing 
> JIRA gui. You can say "I want all issues with the following fields 
> turned on" but you can't say "I want all issues with the following 
> field NOT turned on".
>
> Thanks,
> -Rick
>> I see the point of caching and dataset rip-offs (i.e. you populate a 
>> table and continue to refine the results/searches locally), are there 
>> other use-cases where people think they would prefer Derby+VTI over 
>> JIRA+JQL?
>>
>>

I know of a couple of tools where it is important to be able to do 
queries joining JIRA data with  local private DERBY  tables.  A VTI with 
JQL would be nice for that sort of thing, but NOT is a requirement and 
I  actually still think might actually  pull more data over time with 
the number of queries than just creating the cache table periodically.  
One of these very old tools  just dumps the data from Jira into a 
JIRA_ISSUES table and does queries.  I think that ancient app  will just 
have to become smarter about updating the data in the table 
incrementally to maintain the same functionality.

Personal problems aside, I don't know how much the JIRA VTI demo or any 
kind of JIRA data download and interface to Derby is being used by  the 
user community.    I  have  used this sort of thing for analyzing issues 
for backport and generating metrics.  I know they can be useful  to 
manage support and development work, joining private customer data with 
the public data in Jira.  I could imagine it might be useful to other 
development groups in the same capacity, so the Jira VTI might be a good 
demo for that reason, but my gut feeling is that demo is not used that 
often (of course could totally be wrong).

Kathey






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