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I was wondering if anyone has come across similar query. In JIRA structure I would like to build a formula-type column which for an Epic grouping would show the highest priority value derived from JIRAs pinned to this Epic. I have applied the following code:
However priority values returned are covering ALL JIRAs pinned to a given Epic (even resolved ones), whereas my intention is to limit this only the JIRAs shown in the structure which is limited by a filter (e.g. I only want to show results for "Unresolved" JIRAs). A modified query such as:
stories.filter($.resolution = 'unresolved').priority.UMIN()
Does not help as it fails to return any results at all.
Thanks in case anyone could share a hint.
Hi @Adam O_ ,
Dmitrii with ALM Works here.
This adjustment should do the trick:
Hope this helps!
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