Customization of the coverage export is available starting R4J 4.0.
Go to the following directory
for a Jira Server environment:
for a Jira Data Center environment:
<JIRA_SHARED_HOME>/data/ease.coverage.files/default.templates Sample directory: /mnt/efs/jirashared/data/ease.coverage.files/default.templates /<MOUNT>/<SHARED_DRIVE>/<JIRA_SHARED_HOME>/data/ease.coverage.files/default.templates
This change does not require a Jira instance restart. After editing the template, you should be able to export from coverage view with it.
You can download the default coverage template below and put it on the directory stated previously:
|R4J Compatibility||Coverage Template||Notes|
|R4J 4.6 - latest||coverage-template.xlsx||Selected display fields in coverage view are automatically included in the exported file.|
|R4J 4.2 - R4J 4.5||coverage-template.xlsx (Version 2)||Number of issues and coverage completeness values are included in the column headers of the exported file.|
|R4J 4.1.5 below||coverage-template.xlsx (Version 1)||First version.|
The template language elements in the Excel Template are declared through an opening [[ marker and a closing ]] marker.
Currently, the template language only supports the context item types as stated in the next section.
Context-items are evaluated and ultimately result in a text, boolean and number.