I have create a plan using filter and board as issue source and I have stories linked to Epic using epic link but I don't have stories listed under epics in my plan. I do have bugs and other issues types.
Kindly suggest on what I could be missing or doing wrong.
Hi @Ramya Yarru ,
In addition to @Benjamin Morgan's suggestion, I'd also recommend taking a look at the following documentation page as it provides quite a comprehensive list of other things that you can check: https://confluence.atlassian.com/advancedroadmapscloud/troubleshooting-missing-issues-1026042894.html
@Ramya Yarru Looking at the scrollbar in your screenshot it looks like you've not scrolled to the top of the list of issues.
Stories will appear when filtering from epic either under an expanded Epic or in an expanded section called "Issues without parent" ... without having access to your system it's hard to say for sure, but I'd expect that this is the reason.
The filter indicates the hierarchy level to start from.
@Dave That's right I have stories under " issues without parent" and in scope they get listed under epics category and these stories does have epic linked to it using Epic link.
Also I have few bugs and features listed under issues without parents -> Story
How do I modify my filter to have a hierarchy where stories get listed under epic rather than in "issues without parent"
Our hierarchy is as follows:
Feature -> Epic -> Story
To get features:
issueFunction in portfolioParentsOf("issueFunction in epicsOf(\"project = cwap\")")
I'm using below filter to get children of features:
issueFunction in portfolioChildrenOf("filter=43516")
To get issues linked to epic I use:
issueFunction in issuesInEpics("filter = 43515") AND status != Done AND project in (CWAP, CWOW) AND "Team Responsible" = Apollo OR Project = CAE AND "Team Responsible" = Apollo
Do the epics (that are missing from the plan) appear in the results of the JQL filter when you access it from the filter page? If so, could you check:
I'd start by checking that the filter and board issue source you are including returns the stories in the query. If you cannot see the stories when you run the filter directly then its possible your filter is excluding the stories somehow.
Next you could check if you have any view settings that might be hiding the story issue types? It is unlikely but is it possible you have something broken in the hierarchy configuration?
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