Filter the issue list by issue ids
|Assignee:||Jean-Philippe Lang||% Done:|
It should be possible to filter by issue id (the # column).
Now (Redmine 0.9.2-devel) it is not.
Filter by issue id (#4806).
A shortcut is added to the context menu to filter the selected issues.
#2 Updated by Victor Dulepov over 6 years ago
- Status changed from Closed to Reopened
- Assignee set to Jean-Philippe Lang
The search by number allows to find just one issue. How can we search or filter for multiple issue Ids'?
A typical scenario is "I've got a list of issue numbers, and want a list of these issues, with links etc.".
There's no filter for Issue Id on the Issues page, and entering multiple issue Ids into the Search does not bring the issues with the entered numbers. Either an empty resultset, or a list of issues referring to these issues.
Example: trying to quickly get a list composed of this issue and the possibly related #6180 and #3627 : http://www.redmine.org/search/index/redmine?q=4806+6180+3627&scope=&issues=1&submit=Submit
1. entering multiple numbers in Search with All words unchecked searches also in issue Ids; issues with exactly matching Ids are returned on top of the list (i.e., before any "referring" issues). Maybe a separate checkbox "Search issue Ids"
2. a filter on the Issues page with appropriate operators (equals, not equals, is in list, is not in list - do I miss anything?). And a space- or comma-separated list of issue Ids as the input field.
Let's elaborate this further if needed...Drop me a note.
#6 Updated by Robert Hailey about 3 years ago
+1, but modified...
Recently, I just ran across a situation where I needed to close a large number of errantly filed tickets. They all had sequential numbers, so I thought it would be easy to bulk-close them...
issue >= X && issue <= Y
The other comments do not mention such range/bounds operations, which... AFAICS, would be the primary motivator for adding this as a search criteria (esp. if a site was hit by a spambot, or something: X<issue<Y && issue!=1234).
#7 Updated by Andreas Witt over 1 year ago
From my point of view it would be usefull to filter by #, especally for documentation.
For testing I have to generate a list of fixed bugs for my testing team. When the test is done I need the list of all fixed items with the actualized status. For this purpose a list of items selected by id would be verry helpfull because normaly the status of the ticket has been changed meanwhile.