our project conaints of dozens of epics and hundrets of stories. I'm wondering if there's a limitation regarding this numbers, because all I get if I start the Plgin is just one "undefinded" card.
I read about limitations regarding "special characters" and a necessary re-indexing.
Is there anything else to take care of?
I should mention that we use a customized setup. There's different workflows for issuetype as well as custom issuetypes. As far as I can tell the relation between a story and a epic is working flawlessly in Greenhopper/Jira Agile
thanks to the great support of the developer of this add-on (Florian Bauer) we , frankly he, could solve this issue. I'd like to share the solution, maby there's someone out there with the same problem. The issuetype EPIC needs a PRIORITY. In my setup the PRIORITY Field had been disabled for this issuetype, since we didn't need it.
Thanks again, Florian!
I am having the same problem. I do not have a customized setup.
I am using OnDemand.
I have tried renaming the custom field that JIRA Agile creates called "Epic/Theme" to "Epic" in an effort to match the Story Map installation instructions. It did not have an effect.
you might join in a webex session to solve the problem. I am in Cologne, so timezone shoudn't be a problem. Feel free to contact me at michael[DOT]keil[AT]toyota[DOT]de
If we can't manage to get it working we'll have to cancel the evaluation of the plugin.
it's quite challanging to write a step by step explanation, since I use a quite complex issue type screen and field setup. But I might provide some help anyway.
I suggest you:
1) check if the field priorty is visible to epics. If you are in the detail view of an issue, you might want to use the "Where is my field?" assistant. You'll find it in "Admin" Field should be visible
2) run a advanced JQL query likeproject = "PUTPROJECTNAMEHERE" and issuetype = epic and priority is empty
NO epics w/o priority should exist. If you have epics w/o priority, you'll might to set it.
Hope this helps.
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