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JQL query that returns issues in the the same order as they appear in the Advanced Roadmap

How do I write a JQL query that returns all issues in the the same order as they appear in my Advanced Roadmap plan?

I have tried: 'PROJECT=ABC ORDER BY Rank' 

That did not work.

My Advanced Roadmap view setting "Sort by" is  Rank (default).

 

 

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Walter Buggenhout _ACA IT_
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May 18, 2023

Hi @Steve Zielinski,

Advanced roadmaps has a hierarchy that you do not see in the issue navigator in Jira. If you limit your view of issues to just the story level, ORDER BY rank in JQL should come pretty close to the same order you see in Advanced Roadmaps.

However, since - as I mentioned - in advanced roadmaps the parent and child issues are displayed in their hierarchical relationships, you cannot reproduce the same order in JQL because it simply does not have that capability.

Hope this clarifies! 

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