I'm using filter that uses a custom field in the JQL:
project = IRW and cf = "Integration Platform" and status != closed ORDER BY Rank ASC
Some of the issues are mis-categorized so I've been manually fixing them by editing the issue and changing the custom field to be correct.
Unfortunately, this isn't working for sub-tasks... my custom field IS NOT on the sub-tasks, but sub-tasks are showing up in my filter (because the parent has the custom field?)
When I edit the parent and correct the custom field value, the parent issue falls off my filter, but the sub-tasks are still on my filter.
What is going on? How do I get these sub-tasks off of my filter? I've tried opening them up to edit them, but the custom-field is not on the sub-task... so I'm not sure what to do.
You know what? I think the problem is NOT that the sub-task is inheriting the field value from the parent, I think that the sub-task USED TO HAVE the custom field on it, but we later removed it.
Now those sub-tasks probably have that field value in the database, but none of the other sub-tasks do...
Yep, I just checked the database... it has that old value in there. I think that is the problem.
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