I have a JQL query using Automation for a folder that return more issues than the exact same query in Search Issues in Jira...
Example of the JQL
"Epic Link" = FJCLOUD-2 AND priority = Highest AND issuetype not in (Test, "Test Execution", "Test Plan", "Test Set", "FJ-Tests Needed Sub-Task") AND issuetype != Epic AND status in (FJ-Assigned, "FJ-On Deck", "FJ-In Progress")
Specifically, it seems to ignore the final clause.
Also, if I create a filter for this query, and set the JQLQuery to:
filter = newQueryName
I get exactly the same results as if I put the entire query into the Automator. So it does not seem to be a query length issue... (to be clear, the query works in Jira's Search, but not in Structure.)
OK, changed it to the following with no change in behavior.
"Epic Link" = FJCLOUD-2 and priority = Highest and issuetype not in (Test, "Test Execution", "Test Plan", "Test Set", "FJ-Tests Needed Sub-Task") and issuetype != Epic and status in ("FJ-Assigned","FJ-On Deck","FJ-In Progress")
let me know if there is anything else to try.michael
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