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The asset navigator lets you search for and manage assets in JIRA. Create, Edit, Clone Delete assets, and printing single or multiple QR + labels are supported. Asset navigator is available on the "Assets and Inventory" top menu "Asset Navigator" link. 

Asset Navigator Display Modes

It has 3 modes:

  • Detail view: Assets for multiple asset types are displayed, show one asset's all attributes and additionally shows attachments and linked issues
  • List view: Assets for single asset type are displayed in table list view (like excel). List all attributes of the asset type but attachments and linked issues are not displayed on the list - asset needs to be displayed separately.
  • Advanced Search: Search with Lucene queries. It is not easy write but it is very powerful to query assets.

Users need "Browse Assets" asset permission to see assets on the Asset Navigator.

Asset Navigator - Detail view mode

It is for asset navigation and management. Detail view works for multiple asset types. And printing single or multiple QR + labels are supported. 

It has navigation links to list related Asset Scheme or Asset Type assets, and each asset has asset type management direct links.

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Asset Navigator - List view mode

List view works for single asset type. It supports Excel style column and row freeze for a better navigation. 

Asset Navigator - Advanced view mode

Advanced mode lets you write "Lucene Query Language" LQL searches for advanced filtering with OR statements.

Search with Asset Navigator

Asset navigator has multiple options to search for assets.

Fields for filtering:

  • Asset Type: Select Asset Types or asset type schemes (group of asset types) for filtering
  • Asset Name: Write asset name for filtering
  • Any field: Write text for filtering for any field including attachment names.
  • More fields: Add attributes for filtering.

For quick and easy searching use Any Field option.

Search for  Wildcard Text Searches 

Text fields allow for wildcard searches.

The single character wildcard search looks for terms that match that with the single character replaced. For example, to search for "text" or "test" you can use the search


Multiple character wildcard searches looks for 0 or more characters. For example, to search for test, tests or tester, you can use the search: 


You can also use the wildcard searches in the middle of a term.



We have two assets and their names are

  • Server alpha test
  • Alpha server test
  • App tester beta

When we search:

Search keywordResult
te*Both 3 assetsadd asterisk at the end
test*Both 3 assets
  • Alpha sever test
  • Server alpha test

server test
  • Alpha sever test
  • Server alpha test

"server test"
  • Alpha sever test
Query between double quotes
  • App tester beta

  • App tester beta

  • Alpha sever test
  • Server alpha test
Only one character matches for question mark, so "tester" does not return.

Search keyword

keyword: te → nothing returns

Please refer to Lucene's official document for wildcard searches.

Exact term search

When you surround text search terms with double quotes ( "pandas and monkeys"), only exact matching results will be displayed.

Search keywordMatching attribute value
"pandas and monkeys"

pandas and monkeys

pandas and MONKEYS

Exactly must be the same. But not case sensitive 
pandas and monkeys



pandas monkeys

monkeys pandas

any tokenized word will match
'and monkeys'

pandas and monkeys

my and monkeys

Single quote matches only portion.

Example asset name searching:

Asset Navigator - Attribute filter options

Asset navigator lets you filter assets by any type of attribute.

Keyboard Shortcuts 

List Navigation

Previous assetAlt + j or Option + j
Next assetAlt + k or Option + k
Previous pageAlt + g or Option + g
Next pageAlt + h or Option + h

Create and Edit asset

Open asset create pageAlt + a or Option + a
Open asset edit pageAlt + u or Option + u
Submit formAlt + s or Option + s
Cancel create/editEsc


Multiple files can be uploaded to an asset. Image attachments are displayed in image gallery.

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