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Advanced search -> searchining for issues with attachments

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Dear all,

using Advanced search I want to find issues with attachments added. Smth like that:
{code}status=closed and attach=yes{code}
now JQL code does not have any "attach" string...

reagrds
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Re: Advanced search -> searchining for issues with attachments

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We solved this with the Jira Toolkit.  There's a field in there for "number of attachments".  Add one of them and you can do JQL like "status = closed and attachment_count > 0"
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Re: Advanced search -> searchining for issues withattachments

Pitt, Joseph
Will that show the number for issues created before the field is added or does it keep track after it is added like the participant field?
 
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We solved this with the Jira Toolkit.  There's a field in there for "number of attachments".  Add one of them and you can do JQL like "status = closed and attachment_count > 0"
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>Will that show the number for issues created before the field is added or does it keep track after it is added like the participant field?
Um, I don't understand?  The Participants field works for all issues, irrespective of when it was added (same with attachments and comments)
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Pitt, Joseph
No, the participants field only show participants after the plug-in was installed. So if the plug-in was installed half way through the life of an issue, say May 1,  only the users working on it after May 1 will be recorded.
 
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>Will that show the number for issues created before the field is added or does it keep track after it is added like the participant field?
Um, I don't understand?  The Participants field works for all issues, irrespective of when it was added (same with attachments and comments)
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>No, the participants field only show participants after the plug-in was installed
Um, no, I'm looking at an issue here that was raised, and last updated in 2008.  It has participants.  The plugin was not installed until I recommended it, in 2009.

I suspect that you've not re-indexed.  The plugin provides a "derived field" where the data on display is *not* stored in the database, it's only kept in the index.  So you have to index the old issues to get the display to work.
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Re: Advanced search -> searchining forissues withattachments

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Did you see Full-text Search Attachments for JIRA ?. With this plugin you can search for issues with any attachment, or query for attachments with specific name, type, or content. See at add-on home page for details.

You can search pdf, txt, doc files and any more!

-Krecik