We use following jql: project=PSPNS and (affectedVersion<="V18.104.22.168" AND (fixVersion>"V22.214.171.124" AND fixVersion not in versionMatch("V3.9.0.[0-1]") or fixVersion is EMPTY)) and level in ("Public") ORDER BY type
on our Confluence page in a macro. A logged in user will see two issues an anonymous user will see eleven issues as result. When I delete the versionMatch part from the jql logged in users also see eleven issues as result. Therefor I think versionMatch does not work for anonymous users. Do you have any idea on this or any workaround.
Thanks in advance
projectMatch, versionMatch, componentMatch etc all check that the user executing the query has BROWSE permissions on the project, as they should.
If you want it to work you have to open the project to anonymous browsing.
> A logged in user will see two issues an anonymous user will see eleven issues as result.
Have you got this the right way round?
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