I'm using Confluence and JIRA Cloud.
I just noticed that while editing the jql query on an issues/filter macro on a Confluence page, it shows the following warning below the query edit box (where the query results preview is supposed to be):
"No server found match with your URL"
There is also a link after that suggesting that "Your administrator can set this up". I am the administrator, and I follow the link, and it takes me to a page to create application links between my JIRA and Confluence Cloud instances, but there are already System links there. I didn't create those, so I guess the system created them automatically for me.
How can I make that warning go away?
In our Cloud offering, the JIRA/Confluence application links are indeed created automatically.
You shouldn't be seeing an error that there is no JIRA server at the specified URL in Cloud. Could I trouble you to attach some screen shots of the error and of your JQL?
Have you recently imported any of these pages into Confluence or done an import in JIRA?
We found another user in Cloud that had the issue, and it was resolved with JIRA Macro Repair:
Can you give that a try? I wanted to test it with your instance but I wasn't able to find a Cloud account under your email address.
I found a recent support case where the same error was reported and it was fixed by deleting the macro and re-adding it on the Confluence page.
If that doesn't work the next step should be trying that same JQL query in JIRA to see if it works there. Please try it with and without the linkedIssues parameter as that came up as valid JQL on our JIRA instance but did not work there.
Please try in JIRA:
issue in linkedIssues(PE-19551, "(PCO) makes best-effort") AND issuetype in (Bug, "New Feature", Improvement) ORDER BY issuetype DESC, key ASC
issue in (PE-19551), "(PCO) makes best-effort") AND issuetype in (Bug, "New Feature", Improvement) ORDER BY issuetype DESC, key ASC
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