I am using JIRA + Greenhopper OnDemand. I am having a strange problem that I can't understand. Here is my setup:
2 projects: Imported and New. Imported was created out of an import from a CSV file and has a custom number field called custom_rank (its a relative number where the lower the number, the higher the priority). New was created as a new jira project. Global ranking is enabled.
My goal: Have a common backlog query across old and new projects which is sorted by priority. I want to do a primary sorting using the system Rank field in JIRA and a secondary sorting using the custom_rank field in the Imported project (since I do not want to lose the prioritization in the Imported project which is based on the custom rank).
Here is my overly simplified JQL:
status = Open ORDER BY Rank, custom_rank ASC
But this does not give my the desired results. The issues in the Imported project are not ranked at all by custom rank and are in an order that does not make sense. However when I do:
project = Imported AND status = Open ORDER BY custom_rank ASC
this works absolutely fine and I can see that my original prioritization by custom_rank is respected.
Is there a known issue when the Rank field is used along with a custom field in an order by clause? Could it be that the import wizard assigns random rank numbers to the imported issues and not the same rank to all of them?
Any help is greatly appreciated!
I want to do a primary sorting using the system Rank field in JIRA and a secondary sorting using the custom_rank field in the Imported project
You have a fundamental error here. It's impossible to sort your issues because your issues does not use the same field to sort against. You should either fill in all your issues with custom_rank or remove it and use the priority field.
Could it be that the import wizard assigns random rank numbers to the imported issues and not the same rank to all of them?
The numbers are not random and are not unique.
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