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I have a plan which uses a saved filter as the only source. The filter works as expected in both versions below.
The plan works fine until I specifically exclude a project by adding (... AND project != NPIR) to the filter. It then gives the 'This plan is connected to too many projects to load correctly. Refine your selection to connect to fewer projects.' error. So, it works fine until I reduce the number of projects by 1...
Any assistance appreciated.
Welcome to the community.
Could you please provide the JQL of the filter you are using?
The more detailled information you provide to the members in the community, the more probability there is that the issue can be resolved.
If your filter has a catchall clause, then someone adding a new project or changing the visibility so your team can see it will cause this problem.
You don't need to change the filter to cause it - someone could create data that tips the plan over the edge.
OK. Thanks for the help.
This works as a filter and as source for plan and returns 6 projects, including NPIR:
((project in (PMI, PMG, NETPM) AND (status not in (Closed, Cancelled, Resolved) OR resolved >= 2023-07-01 OR created >= 2023-07-01)) OR (assignee in (usera,userb,userc) AND created >= 2023-07-01)) ORDER BY Rank ASC
This works as a filter, but not as a source for plan.
((project in (PMI, PMG, NETPM) AND (status not in (Closed, Cancelled, Resolved) OR resolved >= 2023-07-01 OR created >= 2023-07-01)) OR (assignee in (usera,userb,userc) AND created >= 2023-07-01)) AND project != NPIR ORDER BY Rank ASC
Thanks for the assistance.