How can I create a JQL-filter that shows me only tasks from the specific selected Board-iterations (sprints)?
1) I see that each iteration on BigPicture's New Board (2.0) has its own Iteration ID, and I thought it could be used like this:
IterationID in (ITER-3)
but I cannot find the right field for JQL (instead of "IterationID" in my example) if this solution is possible at all...
2) Another theoretical way that I saw - to use field "End Date"
"End date" = 2020-07-15
but these dates are not always correct, even with precise period alignment in iterations. It was tested in 2 Jiras (Cloud and Server)...
So I ask you to help me mainly with the first case (using Iteration ID).
Hello @Martin Härri
By default, BigPicture creates a text custom field “Program Increment.” If you configure PI Scope Definition based on the “Program Increment” field value, e.g., PI-1, you can use JQL based on the field value.
Regarding Iterations, the most common way is synchronization based on Sprints, which is a Jira field. Therefore BigPicture/BigGantt does not create an additional field, “Iteration.”
However, you can create your own custom field, use it as a base of synchronization, and then use it in your JQL search.
Hello @Martin Härri
Do you still use the BigPicture 7 line? Indeed, in the previous versions, synchronization on the PI level was available only with BigPicture Enterprise.
However, in the current version available on the Marketplace - BigPicture 8.0.16, this functionality is available in the standard version. Please consider upgrading to the latest version.
In BigPicture 8, we introduced a number of improvements and new features (Portfolio Management, Boxes, Scenarios, New Gantt, etc.). In the article: When and how to update? - you will find a review of the main changes in BigPicture 8.
Just let me know if you have more questions. I will gladly answer them.
I like new JQL-features by last versions of BigPicture!
If BP is now capable of this, I dream of filters that would allow displaying a list of related tasks from a hierarchy of 3 or more levels (with different parents).
For example, several Epics, Stories nested in these Epics, Sub-Stories related to the found Stories.
You can use one of BigPicture enhanced JQLs, that will return returns all of the children of a particular task up to the X-th level of hierarchy:
issue in allBoxDescendantTasks(BOX-ID, TASK-KEY,X).
More information you can find in our documentation.
If you expected a different outcome, please provide us more details.
Hello, I'd try mapping BigPicture iterations to Jira Sprints, as shown in figure 1.
For clarity, I'd try to use the 'ITER-322' as the name for a corresponding Jira Sprint.
Then, you'll be able to use 'Sprint in (ITER-322)' as evident in fig. 2.
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