I have this JQL filter I use in Jira:
status changed from "X" to "Z" during ("yyyy-mm-dd 0:00", "yyyy-mm-dd 23:59")
This works fine in Jira and gives results.
However in Confluence the "Insert Jira Issue/filter" macro does not seem to handle this JQL filter properly. Is this a bug? Or is there something else wrong?
When i copy/paste the JQL into the "Insert Jira Issue/filter" it gives me this error message :
When i then save the JQL as a filter and point to the filter in the Confluence macro is does give me results.
However this way i have to create many filters..........
what are your status' names? Do they contain any non-english-letters?
We had a problem with German special characters. The behaviour was exactly what you describe here. The cause was a wrong file encoding on the Confluence JVM. Here you can get more details:
With "blank character" you mean the spaces in-between the words?
The JQL works fine in Jira, however when entering the JQL on de confluence macro (preview mode?) it gives me the abovementioned error message.
I will look into the link you shared.........hopefully it works for Jira Cloud
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