WE have project 1 which is a main project which is showing Scrum board with all issue type workflow of that Project 1 which are TODO, IN PROGRESS and DONE
Those 3 status are mapped to 3 columns of boards.
Then we have Project 2 whith issue type we would like to show on themain board of Project1. The workflow of issue type in project 2 contains much more status than project 1.
It includes status as ON HOLD, IN DOCUMENTATION, INVESTIGATION, CANCEL, TODO, IN PROGRESS, DONE
The main board of Project 1 mapped only TODO, IN PROGRESS, DONE, if issue of project 2 goes to status INVESTIGATION, I guess there will not be visible in the board until there reached a common mapping status of project 1, is that correct ?
Does it mean that I need to mapp project 2 status ON HOLD, IN DOCUMENTATION, INVESTIGATION, CANCEL to the IN PROGRESS colomn of the board project 1 to get issue of project 2 visible all time ?
Thanks for clarification
Hey @serge calderara
that's all correct so far. But you will also have to include the second project in the board filter so your issues will show up and then map every status to a column of the board. Issues not included in the board filter and issues in a status not mapped to the board columns will not show up.
hello @Max Foerster - Decadis AG , thanks for your reply
Yes i have added the project in my filter as below :
project in (P1) AND assignee in (membersOf(HW_TEAM)) OR project in ("P2") AND assignee in (membersOf(HW_TEAM)) AND reporter = "Automation for Jira" ORDER BY created DESC
Does the all part after the OR is bold need to be inside parentesis as all criteria after OR is related to P2 project ?
the query looks good. You're right with your initial thought. Normally Jira just "breaks" the query after the OR. So OR-clauses related to the "project in ("P2") coming after would definitely require parentheses. But feel free to still structure it with parentheses for better readability. It won't do any harm.
Hi @serge calderara ,
Just an addition specifically to the boards.
Assuming you are talking about Classic scrum projects; if your query is completed, in the settings of your board, you can map all available issue statusses to columns as described here.
This means that 1, no this is not correct, you can map the status so issues from all involved projects show up on the board whenever you wish.
And 2, you can create new columns for the statussen of project 2, or map them to existing statussen.
Hope this helps!
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