You cannot view deleted issues in JIRA . If you want you can compare the latest auto xml backup . Here’s an Oracle Database select statement to at least list the “holes” within a project (i.e. those items which were deleted). Of course it does not list the content of the items, as that is gone.
Can you recover a deleted Jira issue?
Unfotunately you can’t. Deleted issues are gone. The only option is to import a backup from previous days into a Test JIRA instance, find your issue and get its details. May be export it into Excel and import it – which will remove the change history.
What happens when a parent issue is deleted in JIRA?
By default, all associated sub-tasks are deleted together when you click to delete the parent issue. Let us know if you have any other questions. Note that the general consensus among folks here on the forum is not to delete issues, as doing so can come back to bite you in many ways.
Can we delete an issue in Jira?
Select > Issues. In the Issue types section, click Issue type schemes. Find the scheme you want to delete and click Delete.
Does Jira have a recycle bin?
This app creates a Recycle Bin in Atlassian Jira. You can choose to restore issues at any time.
How do I unlink a subtask in Jira?
Sub-task unlinking can be obtained in JIRA in two ways:
- Convert the sub-task to another issue type.
- Move the issue from one parent to another.
How do I delete a subtask?
To delete a subtask:
- Click on the subtask you want to delete.
- Click the three dot icon.
- Select Delete Selected Subtask.
How do I delete an issue in JIRA cloud?
Second – it is odd that you cannot delete if you are indeed a jira admin. go to the project > project settings > permissions and look at the Delete permission to ensure the permissions include your role.
How do I delete a bug in Jira?
Please go to project > Project Settings > Permissions and look at “Delete Issues” to see if you are in any of the associated groups that have permissions.
How do I delete a child issue in Jira?
How to delete a sub-task issue type
- Select > Issues.
- Under ISSUE TYPES, select Sub-tasks.
- Find the relevant sub-task issue type and click Delete.