I recently joined a new team/company and they use JIRA in a way I‘ve never seen before.
They have a JIRA project that has all the SAFe PI epics. They have other JIRA projects to for individual teams. One such team uses a Scrum board and a Kanban board in parallel in the same JIRA project.
Now, one project (ABC) has a ticket (ABC-1) that is linked to a SAFe epic (EP-1). This ticket cannot be seen in the Kanban board, even though it does show up if I view the filter the board is based on directly.
As soon as I link this ticket to an epic created in the same project (ABC-2), it shows in the Kanban board.
Even after assigning it and moving from the backlog to a swimlane, as soon as I link it to the SAFe epic EP-1, is vanishes from the board.
I must be overlooking something, but what?
Stay safe & thank you
Here goes. Broken up for legibility.
project = TNI
AND (sprint not in openSprints() OR Sprint is EMPTY)
AND NOT (sprint is not EMPTY AND status = DONE)
ORDER BY Rang ASC
As as I understand from other posts here, this seems to be an accepted way to have a Kanban and a Scrum board in the same project?
BTW, the ticket's status is not DONE.
The Kanban board should show it then. Maybe create a new card that would go to the backlog and has the Epic as the Epic Link. Maybe you can see if it shows up in the Backlog of the Kanban board then.
Just thinking it removes some other factors from the history of the card maybe.
to summarize if I understood it at all:
Your JQL showed earlier is giving me strange results on my instance - but yet I am not sure if related at all.
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