Once a Data Warehouse Rule has been created by the Jira Admin the app starts the reporting of Jira changes based on this rules:
If the end user creates an issue in a project matching to the rule, the app inserts immediately a corresponding raw in the reporting table
Every custom or system will be stored as a column in the reporting table
If the end user changes an issue in a project matching to the rule:
If the database raw already exist, the app updates the reporting table
if the database don’t exist, the app creates a corresponding raw in the reporting table
When the rule is created and several issues matching to the rule exist in the system, the admin can make a bulk change of the issue (e.g. add a Label and then remove it) to store all previous issues in the reporting table.
Created reporting tables
The tables created by the app should NOT be changed by DB Admins to ensure a correct operation.
The following technical columns always exist for every reporting table:
id: technical IDs of Jira issues
serverid: the unqiue Jira server ID
vip_lean_ver: version of the app
row_created: timestamp set by the app after creation
row_updated: timestamp set by the app after update