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I'm trying to write a JQL query to pull all the issues in a Portfolio Plan. I know I can manually run an export, I just prefer a JQL query, because I can query exactly what I need.
There is a solution mentioned in this article:
54is the unique ID of the plan.
https://teamsinspace.atlassian.com/secure/PortfolioPlanView.jspa?id=54&sid=68#backlogThe plan ID in the URL is 54.
BUT it does not seem to work for the cloud version of Portfolio. The function IssuesInPlan returns the error when running a JQL query:
Unable to find JQL function 'issuesInPlan(29)'.
Am I missing something or is there another way to accomplish this?
You are correct, the JQL options are not available on cloud, here is an open ticket with atlassian - JPOCLOUD-7620
I am not aware of any workaround at the moment, but here is the documentation for Cloud version Searching for Portfolio for Jira custom fields in JQL