JIRA Issues are not displayed in Confluence

Hi,

I have integrated JIRA with Confluence as trusted applications. Now I want to add an overview over all tickets with status = "In Progress" to a confluence page.

When I add a JIRA Macro and insert the JQL all Issues are listed. Now I choose I want to display as a table. Further I create the same macro but select, display the number of issues. In the editor I see an Icon for the issue table and a line saying "26 Issues" (the second macro). But when I look at the page in the Preview, or after I have saved - so not in Editor mode - I get an empty table and the second macro compiles to "0 Issues".

What's happening here?
What am I doing wrong?

Thank you!

Regards,
Malte

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No, I have completely empty colums.

AAAAaaahhhh
My column definitions have german names by default "Typ,Bearbeiter,...". If I insert the english names "type,assignee..." everything is ok!

Well, still sounds like a bug to me...

I have updated the JIRA Macro Plugin to 5.0.2.

Now I get the correct line "26 Issues" and the table has 26 rows - but all rows are empty! Just the borders :D

Malte,

What column names are you trying to display?

Is it possible that there are spaces between them? If so you may be suffering from the following issue.

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-28783

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