Hello, one question about the usage of agile synchronizer. I want to have epics and stories to be imported into a structure such that they are ordered by rank. In order to do this I use
1) Filter sychronizer: project = ... AND issuetype = Epic order by Rank
so to get all Epics into the structure ordered as on the agile board.
2) JIRA agile synchronizer:
to get all the stories beneath the epics. Works fine, but: I have three "backlogs" on the agile board. The actual sprint, the backlog for the next sprint and the backlog with all the rest. Now the synchronizer sorts the stories by rank inside the backlogs but not with respect to the "backlog" rank. Confused? Example:
The agile board looks like this (assume only one Epic1):
Hi Marcel, JIRA Agile is behaving normally here.
In JIRA Agile the positioning of Sprints above the backlog doesn't actually rank the sprint issues above unscheduled backlog issues.
In the JIRA Agile interface, once a sprint is created you can only rank its issues relative to other issues in that sprint. You can no longer rank them relative to unscheduled backlog issues or issues in other sprints because they're constained in different 'containers'.
In Structure, you can freely rank them relatively to one another because they're all in the same 'container' (the parent Epic).
for JIRA Agile I can absolutely understand the behaviour.
The question for me is how I can get the ranking in structure? The JIRA Agile synchronizer only can sort the issues by their global rank, so we have some kind of non-deterministic behaviour here.
Is there a way to automatically import all Stories beneath their Epics with a defined ordering (perhaps also a freely chosen field like FixVersion, a date, ...)?
Structure 3.0 is now released on Atlassian Marketplace, and allows you to apply sorting by any field, and at specified levels.
Please refer to the release notes for detailed instructions on migrating from 2.x
Let me know if you have any questions!
As we've discussed, this is currently not possible, but for dates this should work in the Structure 3.0.
For fixVersion, however, I believe it will require quite a bit more work. If i'm not mistaken, there is no way in JIRA to get the order of versions. If you have dates for them specified, this should be possible, but still not that straightforward.
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