I have a strange behaviour on Confluence using JIRA issue macro. Here are JQL queries I used on two different pages where I'm trying to display the "Linked issues" column:
Situation #1: project = "A" ORDER BY Status DESC,created DESC
Situation #2: project = "B" ORDER BY status DESC, createdDate DESC
In situation #1, I can easily see the column "Linked issues" with the data I expect to get. But in situation #2, column "Linked issues" is absolutely empty while it shouldn't be when trying it right into JIRA.
Any idea what can cause this issue?
Sorry for the confusion. For situation #1, there is data in Linked issues column either in Jira Or Confluence through Jira issue macro. In situation #2, Linked issues column has data in Jira but not on Confluence with Jira issue macro. I hope this is more clear that way!
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