- Support for Jira Data Center clustering.
- Minor fix for UI text render on UNIX based browser client.
Extends Jira with SQL based data rules
Write your rules using familiar SQL and test your queries immediately against your databases from within Jira. Simple and straightforward.
See problems with data, right from Jira
With DataQA, viewing database records happens right in Jira. There’s no need to use external tools to see what’s happening. Users can even save the records as a CSV file for use in Excel, or attach them to an issue.
Automatically alert users when data rules fail
When rules fail, DataQA automatically alerts users, making problems instantly visible. So your users spend less time looking for problems, and more time fixing them.
DataQA for Jira enables you to manage data defects in Jira. Data problems can now easily exist alongside all your IT issues, helping you manage detail and see the big picture.
Finding and tracking data defects becomes automatic, ensuring that data meets your requirements, and gives you visibility and control.
With DataQA, you just set up SQL based data rules from within Jira. Then, when a problem occurs, you get sent an alert, and you can even drill down to the problem records.
It is ideal for checking line of business systems, data feeds, warehouses, and supporting data migrations, and has the Jira look and feel which yours users are already familiar with.
Get control over data defects, all from within Jira.
- Version 1.2.0 • Released 2015-12-14 • Supported By BDQ • Paid via Atlassian • Commercial
- Version 1.1.0 • Released 2015-10-08 • Supported By BDQ • Paid via Atlassian • Commercial
Introduced live data viewer to see problem data from within Jira
Fixed problem with dynamic JDBC jar file loading.
This is a recommended update.
- Version 1.0.1 • Released 2015-09-24 • Supported By BDQ • Paid via Atlassian • Commercial
Minor fixes to support changes in the 6.4 UI
- Version 1.0.0 • Released 2015-09-17 • Supported By BDQ • Paid via Atlassian • Commercial
DataQA for Jira makes finding and tracking data defects automatic.With DataQA, you just set up SQL based data rules. Then, when a problem occurs, you get sent an alert. Monitor database problems as they arise, all from within Jira.