I assume, that you have selected a project, that contains epics and stories and that you are allowed to browse them.
Did you change anything at your configuration like issue type name for 'Epic' and 'Story'?
Do you use jira agile?
I think that is is specific with one project. I can see stories in a sandbox project that I created but can not see them on the story map for our main project. The only customization I am aware of is that we changed the default workflow.
Are there other dependencies/assumptions you guys make that would cause stories not to show up for just one project?
I am having trouble configuring your product. We use JIRA Agile (formerly Greenhopper) extensively, but I do not see the "Epic" field being referred to in your document. Story points was found, but I believe you document is outdated. Jira Agile now creates/configures a field named "Epic/Theme" with type "Labels" (at least this applies to On Demand, not sure about Download). I believe this field is one and the same. Please advise how I can edit you product to view this field instead of the one found in your document
I have the same problem, my story map is just empty despite being the system administrator (so have full permissions to everything) we have currently use greenhopper and have ~ 100 epics and 900 stories which are all linked together using standard greenhopper approach
atlassian ondemand version: 6.2-OD-07-028
greenhopper (now jira agile) version: 6.3.7
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