Show component and bundle names in associated JQL filter when clicking on a component or bundle version on the Release Calendar

Description

Show component and bundle names in associated JQL filter when clicking on a component or bundle version on the Release Calendar.

For example, I have a bundle named R2170 with a version of 2.17.0 that is scheduled on the release calendar. When I click on the link associated with the R2170:2.17.0 bundle, the following JQL filter is displayed, which uses the bundle ID instead of the bundle name or bundle version:

issue in affectsBundle('15') or issue in fixedInBundle('15')

It would be more informative/useful if the actual bundle name or bundle version were used instead of the bundle ID.

For example: issue in affectsBundle('R2170') or issue in fixedInBundle('R2170')

This same improvement would be useful when selecting Reported Issues and Fixed Issues from the Actions menu on the Bundles admin page.

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JIRA Software 7.4.4

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Deniz Oğuz
July 30, 2018, 5:56 AM

The problem with bundle name is, it doesn't have to be unique. Actually this non-uniqueness is used by our customers to implement cross project bundles. Different projects uses the same bundle name to create a cross project bundle and issue in affectsBundle("cross project bundle") returns all issues across projects. Also corresponding dashboard gadget shows cross project bundle content. This is why we are using ID of bundles instead of their name.

Terry Beavers
August 1, 2018, 5:18 PM

But wouldn't you want to show all issues across all projects if you were using the cross project bundle configuration where the same bundle name was being used across various projects?

What am I missing here?

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Deniz Oğuz

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Terry Beavers

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