I've seen this question posted under Documentation but have not seen an answer. The Story Points field is not showing up in Issue Navigator (or export), but shows up in Configure Columns? (You can even see the point values of the first few records in this view.) But when you go back to the Issues Navigator the Story Points field does not show up. Also, if you choose either the All or Current Fields export, the points field does not come through. Points otherwise work normally. They show up in burndown charts, velocity charts, appear on cards etc. Points are not applied to all issue types (just Stories, Epics and Bugs). We're on Jira 5.1 and GH 6.0.
My first guess is that your Story Points field only has a context for certain issue types and/or projects, and your filter might return issues that don't have story points. Annoyingly (but explainable, sort of), the issue navigator won't show the column in those cases.
Try a simple search that only returns one project and issue type (and make sure one of your issues has it)
It's by design, and I questioned it when I first saw it. I understand the reasoning that Atlassian ran through with me, and it makes sense.
But I still disagree with it, simply because it makes no sense to anyone who hasn't been doing this for <mumble> years and even though we might understand the logic, it's still instinctively wrong.
Not a bug, because it's behaving as designed. But it's definitely broken.
I honestly have never understood the reasoning and have had to remove all issue type contexts because of this problem. Consequently, we get no value out of this feature in which we could receive lots of value if it weren't for the reporting. If they allow this feature and allow cross-project/issues type filters, other programs simply show the column but have no value since it is not applicable for that record.
A user has NO IDEA what fields are valid for each issue type -- and they shouldn't. This feature should help the administrator implement what makes the most senses and easiest for the end user. That is why I originally used the feature. But because I received several questions every week about why they couldn't see or export specific fields, over many months and even after explaining the 'why', I finally removed all of my issue context implementations.
We have similar reporting in our products -values specific to certain features or modules. But, reporting doesn't care and doesn't expect the user to know what is valid or not valide for those features. If there is no value for the field because the field doesn't exist, we dipaly nothing or a null value.
i am still having issues with this. i can acualty see the story point in the issue navigator configure columns page but when i switch back nothing is there.. even after i do whats stated above the best part is i can filter by story point and specify a number (1,2,3,5) but i can actually see the numbers
I too have exactly the same problem. My query is like this
project = myproject AND status != done AND labels in (mylabel) and issuetype = story
The project has jira agile enabled and story points show up for all issues of "type = story". Therefore, I am at a loss of whats wrong.
we are using JIRA v6.0.6#6105-sha1:9713ad1
and jira agile 6.3.9
any help would be highly appreciated.
For me, in Greenhopper V6.2.3, this issue is still existing. If you view Stories within the issue navigator for a RUNNING sprint, the Storypoints are show as a column. If you search Stories via issueFunction in inSprint("BOARDNAME", "SPRINTNAME"), the Storypoints are not shown. This is described in https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-29432 and is not resolved for my version. The above shown workaround, adding AND ("Story Points" is EMPTY OR "Story Points" is not EMPTY), does work for me.
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