Confluence Jira Macro shoes no components if the issue has more than one componentmultiple component

When I add a JIRA macro that pulls a table of issues with a mix of one or more components, and add the Component as a column, those issues with > 1 component leave the Component column empty.

 

Seems like a bug.

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Paulo Junior Atlassian Team Aug 12, 2015

Hi Guy,

 

There was a similar bug about sub-components that apparently has been fixed and is described here:https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-33179

 

I performed some tests and indeed the component column remains blank when issue has more than one component. Given that, I registered this behavior under this bug report: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-38779.

Feel free to vote for it in order to increase it's visibility to Atlassian Devs.

Cheers,

Paulo.

The work around was to switch to the JIRA Filter results gadget

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