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I have created a confluence page containing a Jira Issues List macro. In the columns to display field I have added the Jira System field 'Development', which I assume should include the status of the latest branch related to that issue, i.e. branched, merged, etc.
I know that the issues in the filter I am using have Development statuses but they aren't included in my Confluence macro.
I am using Confluence Data Center 6.12.0 and Jira Data Center 7.12.1
"Development" is not a system field. Could you go to the list of custom fields and tell us what type of field it really is?
I didn't create this custom field. Is it because I am integrated with BitBucket? I now see that it says it is locked and only available from Jira software. I've never seen a message like this before. See pictures below.
So is there a way I can get the status of branches associated with an issue type from within a Confluence issue report?
Ah, ok. Yes, it's because of the connection to Bitbucket.
The field there is a convenience for the issue display, it's not a real field and doesn't really have any (human readable) data in it.