Enrich your JIRA system by adding tabular fields allowing to view and edit data stored in any database.
Supported column types
Number (with min and maximum field validation)
Sequence (using unique values for all instances of the grid)
Lists (fixed or dynamic)
Totalling, sorting filtering and formulas
When a column contains numbers, the grid can calculate the sum or the average.
Every column can be filtered, something which comes in handy when the grid has many entries.
Each column is sortable
Entries in columns can be calculated by using formulas
Dynamic and cascading lists
The content of a drop down list can be dyamically build and can as such vary, based upon another field value Cascading lists are columns where the content of one list depends on the selection of another list. Multiple cascades are possible. More details.
A table grid can be automatically filled with initial rows and values (like a template).
And this initialization can be context sensitive, being: based on a value in an issue field (e.g. issue type) another initialization (template) is loaded. More details.
You can import data from .CSV files into the grid.
As an administrator you can configure a custom field of type 'Table Grid Field' like any other custom field.
The grid is highly customizable through the standard custom field configuration facility. There are more than 60 different configuration options available.
All data is stored in a table associated to the custom field itself, together with relevant JIRA issue information, ready to be used in other applications.
A look-up table contains a list of information which can be reused in grids. For example - a list of products your company sells, or a list of country codes and names, questions in a survey, to name a few.
Use the driving table editor to create and manage these lists