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Search for objects and object types

Assets in Jira Service Management is a Premium and Enterprise only feature. It is compatible only with company-managed projects. Learn more about Assets.

There are several ways to find objects in Assets. Using the search bar in the Assets overview page (the first page you land on when you select Assets in the top navigation bar) will show you results from across your schemas.

 

Search an object schema for objects matching a specific label, key or ID

To search an object schema for objects matching a specific label, key or ID from the Assets overview page:

  1. From your service project, go to Assets > Object schemas

  2. Select the search bar at the top and enter a label, key, or ID, or select one from the dropdown list.

Users will only see the object schemas they have permission to access.

Assets overview page searches are limited to 20 objects and 10 object types

Searching through the Assets overview page will only show the top 20 most recently viewed results. To find more (or older) results, use the search function within a specifc object schema.

Or you can search for an object from within a specific object schema:

  1. From your service project, go to Assets > Object schemas

  2. Select an object schema.

  3. Select the Search objects dropdown and enter a label, key, or ID, or select one from the dropdown list.

 

Search for objects by attribute value

To search an object schema for objects matching the value of a specific attribute:

  1. From your service project, go to Assets > Object schemas

  2. Select an object schema.

  3. Select Filter search and in the dropdown, select an attribute then enter a text string, date range, or value.

  4. Select Update to filter the results.

 

Search for objects with Assets Query Language (AQL)

To search an object schema for objects that match a specific Assets Query Language (AQL) statement:

  1. From your service project, go to Assets > Object schemas

  2. Select an object schema.

  3. Select Filter search and select Advanced.

  4. In the text box, enter an AQL statement.

  5. Select Update to filter the results.

 

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