I'm trying to setup a portfolio/programme backlog similar to the following blog articles in Jira-On-Demand:
On a Portfolio project board, show FEATURE names in swimlanes with EPICS from 'child' project (e.g. one of several Team backlogs).
SWIMLANE 1 = FEATURE 1
>Project 1 - EPIC 1
>Project 1 - EPIC 2
>Project 2 - EPIC 1
SWIMLANE 2 = FEATURE 2
>Project 1 - EPIC 3
>Project 1 - EPIC 4
>Project 2 - EPIC 2
...Essentially this would emulate what the 'Story' swimlane option does with standard issues except at a different level and across projects.
I've tried various JQL queries using 'linked issues', but I don't seem to find good examples of how to return the linking hierarchy. It seems like ALL the link and data plug-ins recommended to make this easier are for the 'hosted' version of Jira.
Am I going to have to migrate to a 'hosted' version from On-demand to use a plug-in or can someone point me to some examples of how this has been done in On-demand previously?
No, I realised I need to be able to customise JQL a lot more than I can on the JIRA Cloud. I was trying to work out how to implement a Safe agile programme backlog linked to several Team backlogs to be able to show status to business stakeholders.
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