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I cannot see any backlog items on my board

We just turned on Greenhopper in our OnDemand instance. I created a board for a project but no backlog items are displayed. I've looked at other questions/answers but do not seem to find anything that has helped. All of the status columns are mapped. The filter that is being used is as follows:

project = API ORDER BY cf[11200] ASC

I expected to see "Rank" instead of "cf[11200]" in the above but am not sure that is the root issue. When the filter is viewed in Navigator it works just as I expect it to. Any help into out initial foray into Greenhopper would be greatly appreciated as we cannot even get past first base.


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If it is a scrum board, check whether the Sprint field context is applicable for the project/issuetypes that you are using in that board.

Looks like the sprint field was it. Thanks much all!!

what if is a Kanban board?

How do I create and see user stories in Backlog, as can only see Epic filter in Backlog

Many thanks

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Paul Greig Atlassian Team Jan 24, 2013

Hi Jeff,

If the view is working on your instance it could be releated to the field 'Fix Version' being hidden. There is a great document here regarding the same behaviour you have seen:



Thanks for the suggestion. We are already using Fix Version and Component so they are not hidden. Any other ideas?

Paul Greig Atlassian Team Jan 28, 2013

Hi Jeff,

I would suggest updating the current filter via Tools -> Configure -> Filter and update to a pre-saved query that contains: project = <project name> ORDER BY Rank ASC

If this suggestion is unsuccessful, please raise a ticket at so we can further investigate your instance.



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