A grid can be part of a Jira issue. You can display the issue data in a tabular form using the Table Grid Editor.
You can switch to the grid edit mode when you create/edit issue or use the in-line editing functionality by clicking on the content of the grid.
Export table grid information
Allows to export the grid data in a printable format.
Issue level CSV import
A complete guide on how you can import CSV data into a grid directly from the issue view.
- Driving Tables - configuration — You can use the grid properties to configure, create and manage tables with list of values.
JQL search based on the content of the grid
- Search for empty grids — You can search for all issues which contain 'empty' grids. The grid is considered as empty when it has not been modified.
- Column to attribute mapping — The data in grid columns are persisted in a table which can be queried by the grid search JQL function. Find out how a column name 'xyz' is mapped to an attribute in the database table.
- Under the hood — A detailed explanation diagram which shows the work of the searches based on the table grid content.
- Criteria based search content — You can query issues by the grid name and its content : issue in grid("<gridname>", "<where clause>")
- About SQL injections — You can use SQL injections in a JQL search in a <where clause>
- Formula - Examples — Example of the functions, supported in the Table Grid Editor formulas.
- Formula - formal syntax specifications — You can calculate the grid column values in a separate column.
- How to cascade to 2 (or more) columns — An example of how you can cascade a value to 2 or more columns.
- Using list values in formulas — Example of how you can build a riving table and use it to display dependent list values in a grid.