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Hi, for a query I'm writing I need to collect information on the parent links for jira issues in my data lake. I'm not seeing these fields in the data lake when I'm trying to write my query; are there any workarounds people have found for fixing this error? Thank you!
Hi @Andrew Furlong : This knowledge base article shows how to query parent-child relationship - https://confluence.atlassian.com/analyticskb/query-parent-and-child-issues-from-jira-1206787653.html. Let us know if this answers your question.
@Andrew Furlong This was a recently launched feature. In order to get this field, your data source connection needs to be edited. You can find how to do that here: https://support.atlassian.com/analytics/docs/edit-data-source-connection-details/. Note that you must be an organization admin to edit Atlassian Data Lake connections.
@Andrew Furlong Yes you are correct in that adding or removing data is the main purpose of editing a connection. But this process also checks for new tables or columns that do not automatically get added sometimes. This is one of those changes where we need to edit the connection.