I insert a JIRA filter list view and can see all the issues.
However if I click on one of the column headers to re-order the data I get the above error message.
JIRA project doesn't exist or you don't have permission to view it.
Does anyone know why this is happening and how I can solve this?
Can you please confirm with the administrator if you have access to see all the tickets in the project? Maybe the project has Issue security and the tickets are not available for everyone to see.
Also, I would like to confirm if the message is happening when you try to filter one of the columns. I found a bug but it only happens when trying to filter by Organization:
If it's not this bug, can you please let us know all the steps you are following until the message appears?
Thanks for answering :)
The error message appears only when I try to sort by clicking a column (any column). So I guess it's the same as https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONFCLOUD-65463.
Like Ellen I inserted a filter list view, and it seems to work (see my 1st screenshot), but if I try to sort the issue I get the error message in my second screenshot.
So is it the known bug you mentionned or is it worth that I ask my administrator? I'm not sure there can be an access issue if I can see the tickets (displaying the list works fine) and not sort it.
Hi Laurie, I just tested and confirmed that the bug only happens when filtering the column "Organization", it should not happen when filtering, for example, reporter, created or summary.
If you click on "View these issues in Jira" and you are able to see all the tickets, we can confirm that is not related to permission.
Have you tried to create a new page and add the filter to test?
Is there any other user with the same level of access that you have, facing this issue?
Hi @Angélica Luz ,
I confirm clicking on "view these issues in Jira" works properly :
Also, I don't have the "Organization" field in my list :I also confirm that users use the same profile type encounter the same issue.
I tried inserting the same filter on the different page. Same result : I can see the issues list but when I click on a column to sort I get the error message.
Laurie, we tried to replicate this issue on two different instances but we couldn't replicate.
We will need to further investigate what is happening, so I created a ticket with our support. so if you allow, they can access the instance and check the details in order to find what is causing this.
You should have received an email and soon someone will contact you.
Once the ticket is resolved, feel free to share the resolution here to help other community members that may face the same issue.
Hope you have a great weekend!
Referring to this ticket https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONFCLOUD-53559
I was able to resolve this by removing the order by clause in the JQL.
FYI this worked on a data center instance so it probably isn't just cloud related.
This will not be an acceptable solution if sorting by is important to the content you want to display.
It looks like the bug has to do with ordered fields that consist of more than one word. You can get around this by referencing the field ID instead of the name, like this:
ORDER BY cf ASC
You can find the field ID by browsing to the custom field in Jira admin settings, click the cog icon, choose "configure", then look for the string of numbers at the end of the URL on the configure page.
I am facing the same issue.
However I noticed that it seems to be related to the language of the header.
By defaut it is set as English while the content of the ticket is in another language (FR) for me.
For some reason (that I can't replicate), the headers switch to French and suddenly I could sort with no issue. Unfortunately, after refreshing it switched back to EN and it doesn't work anymore...
Could you maybe try to fix this?
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