Plugins Directory » ISSUE-id

Author: Andriy Lesyuk
Code repository:
Registered on: 2014-08-23 (over 9 years ago)
Current version: 0.0.2
Compatible with: Redmine 3.4.x, 3.3.x
User ratings:   (11)

This plugin is an attempt to support sequent issue numbers in the project scope for Redmine. To be able to use per-project issue numbers the plugin prepends the project key to the issue ID, so the final issue ID looks like #PROJECT-123.

Similar issue numbering is used by most Redmine competitors (e.g., Atlassian JIRA). Therefore, this feature was requested for Redmine from the very beginning (see #74), but was never implemented before.

New issue IDs can also be used in Wiki and in auto-completion...

Installation notes

  • Copy issue_id directory to: #{RAILS_ROOT}/plugins
  • Run: rake redmine:plugins:migrate RAILS_ENV=production
  • Restart Redmine


0.0.2 (2017-12-08)

Compatible with Redmine 3.4.x, 3.3.x.

  • Redmine 3.x support
  • Japanese translation
  • Bug fixes

0.0.1 (2014-08-23)

Compatible with Redmine 2.5.x, 1.4.x.

User ratings

  by heetae kwak over 2 years ago

  by Ivan Tsybanenko over 4 years ago

Works fine in Redmine 3.4

Need compatibility with Redmine 4.0.x

  by Do Tuan Anh over 7 years ago

Very good plugins, worked well with redmine 2.6.1 (bitnami).
Thanks a lot !!!

  by Mikhail Voronyuk over 7 years ago

Great plugin!
In this fork some issues are fixed:

  by Jorge Alvarez about 8 years ago

Do you have any version for Redmine 3.x? I tried this one, but when I installed I can't create projects, the message that appears is something like view not found.

  by Igor Panassiouk over 8 years ago

Very useful plugin.

Additional "feature" - hide overall activity when many projects and tasks are implemented simultaneously

  by Bogdan Deren over 8 years ago

JIRA killer!

  by Loïc Barreau almost 9 years ago

This functionality should be nativly in redmine. Fortunatly this plugin do it. Without it, we should use Jira.
Thanks a lot Andriy.

  by Slawomir CALUCH over 9 years ago

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  by Paul Kumibar over 9 years ago

Greate Work. Now we can migrate from JIRA to Redmine