All you need to know as a user to start using the Table Grid Editor into your JIRA
- View information
- Edit information
- Export table grid information
- Searches based on the content of the table grid
- Driving Tables
- Calculating values for columns
- Datasource Specifications
Get a step by step explanation on how to configure the grid
- Configuration basics
An overview on how to configure a grid
- Configuration property index
All the grid properties in one place
- Grid Property - full list
The full list of properties, sorted alphabetically .
Grid properties by class
- grid details
- grid initialization properties
- column details
- column types
- database details - inner specifications
Examples and Recipes
If you want to know what you can use the Table Grid Editor for or if you just want to learn from our examples, please explore our examples and recipies:
The family list grid is used to collect the names of a family. It shows how to setup a grid with multiple types of columns, storing its data into a mysql database.
You want to check that all i's are dotted and all t's crossed, but the list of check items depends on the issue type - an improvement requires a different set of checks than a bug fix. Enter the checklist grid which is initialized depending on the issue type.
Take JIRA way beyond issue tracking and project management - the table grid editor opens up a whole new world of possibilities.
Use the table grid editor to create an on/offboarding application with asset management.
Use the grid to provide a predefined set of options in a 3x3 matrix
Initialize the grid with a parameterized grid. Parameters are based on customfield values.
The Project Components example shows how you can retrieve information from JIRA in a grid which uses cascading lists.
The sandwich menu recipe provides an example how to setup a sandwich ordering application (who doesn't need such application) using the grid.
This grid is another example of how the grid can be initialized based on the values entered in a custom field.
The sandwich order is an example where orders can be entered, using a list of possible menu choices.
The weekly resource allocation allows to setup a grid to track how many hours developers are allocated to a specific JIRA project. Total allocated hours are summerized.