I have a Confluence page that's embedding a JIRA issues macro.
We have quite a few custom fields and the macro sometimes breaks based on how much or how little data is returned.
Here is flavor one of the JQL query:
project = (project name) AND issuetype = "(issue type)" AND status in (Open, "In Progress", Reopened) and cf = '(field setting)' ORDER BY cf ASC, cf ASC, createdDate DESC
This returns an issue list just fine.
Then if the search is broadened by removing the custom field we were filtering on:
project = (project name) AND issuetype = "(issue type)" AND status in (Open, "In Progress", Reopened) ORDER BY cf ASC, cf ASC, createdDate DESC
No, Jobin, Strangely, it's just a date field! And for all values it appears to be either a successful date, or NULL. Nothing else, that I can see! There are only 37 records that have this field filled in so far so it was easy to see them all and verify there's nothin' but Dates and Nulls here.
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