Why is the public issue list different to the one when logged in?

For some reason, on https://bukkit.atlassian.net/secure/Dashboard.jspathe Activity Stream only goes back to May 2nd.

When logged in, however, even with a minimally-privileged user, the Activity Stream displays much more up to date information. Clicking "refresh" on the widget dropdown doesn't seem to help.

The issue list as well as the issues-over-time graph is also wrong, only displaying a subset of the available issues, even though if you have the URL, you can browse directly to the issue even if it isn't displayed.

Any ideas why this is happening? Am I just being daft and missing something obvious?

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Paul Greig Atlassian Team Jul 15, 2014

Hi Luke,

Is the extra data you are expecting to see within the Activity Feed from your OnDemand instance, or is it from externally linked sources. I suspect if you are expecting data from externally linked applications it won't be displayed until the user has authenticated.



It's all data from this OnDemand instance - just issue comments and such. When logged in, comments from at least yesterday appear in the Activity Feed, but when viewing it as a guest, the latest comment appears to be from May 2nd.


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