I found that if you edit the data source in the advanced editor (using Power BI Desktop)
the second line which you can change to 100. Now that JIRA has restricted to 100 rows you can just loop on the 100 each time instead. For those that don't know.. the value 100 is referring to the pagesize that it gets when it loops through the data
Source = FetchPages("", 100),
To get PowerBi desktop to open Jira issues download and open the pbix file here
Click the data view in the left pane
Click the edit queries button and select edit queries
In the right pane you'll see a list of steps taken
Click on the top one that says Source
Change the value that appears in the formula bar to
= FetchPages("", 100)
I hope someone updates the Mircrosoft PowerBI service so that it starts working again soon as the desktop version requires manual refresh if you're publishing to the service.
We got response from PG team below:
We will need to change the content pack design to accommodate for this change and we haven’t been able to get to that work item yet due to other high priority item.
Has anyone gotten this to work again using the on premise version of JIRA?
I am using a copy of the content pack that was denoted in the comments here to work with on premise, and for the life of me cannot get it to return all JIRA issues for a project.
We are on JIRA version 7.10.00
I do have it fetching rows however similar to the title of this thread, it only pulls the top 50.
Thanks in advance for any help!!
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