When setting a filter on a combined board like:
project in (PROJ1, PROJ2, PROJ3) OR project in (PROJ99) AND "Epic Link" = BOARD-1 ORDER BY Rank ASC
Only Epic Links of PROJ1, PROJ2 and PROJ3 are showed.
Epic Links of PROJ99 are not shown.
When disabling the filter like:
project in (PROJ1, PROJ2, PROJ3, PROJ99) ORDER BY Rank ASC
The Epic Links are shown!
Looks like a bug to me in 7.1. Was this already fixed? We will be upgrading anytime soon.
I quite don't understand your filter: AND or OR are processed one after the other and in your case you should have grouped the projects all together (project in (PROJ1, PROJ2, PROJ3, PROJ99) AND "Epic Link" = BOARD-1 ORDER BY Rank ASC).
That being said, what exactly is the cope you want to bring in? all 4 projects issues which are under BOARD-1 epic? is that correct?
Thank for your reply!
No that's not what I want.
project in (PROJ1, PROJ2, PROJ3) OR (project in (PROJ99) AND "Epic Link" = BOARD-1) ORDER BY Rank ASC
which is automatically converted to the query I posted earlier. (I think AND is ahead of OR).
Anyway. The query IS ok. I see the all issues from PROJ1,2 and 3 and only the issues from PROJ99 which have an Epc Link BOARD-1.
The thing NOT working is showing the Epic Link in back log. Just for the issues from PROJ99
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