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Trying to get a customized project report column to display in an issue report

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The customized project report column uses the following code:

displayname=Current Task Status Details

listdelimiter=<div>

listmethod=nested(tasks).lists

textmode=true

type=iterate

usewidths=true

valueexpression=IF({numberOfChildren}=0,IF({canStart},IF(CONTAINS("CPL",{status}),"",CONCAT({name}," - ",{assignedTo}.{name}," - ",{plannedCompletionDate}))))

valueformat=HTML

width=300

However I haven't been able to get to display in a correlating issues/requests report

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I haven't tried this out myself (Friday laziness) but have you tried swapping out the listmethod line? Like try using:

listmethod=nested(project.tasks).lists

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Hi Seth - Unfortunately, you won't be able to convert this to an issue report. Tasks are not a "collection" on the issue object type. [Collections are the many to one relationships an object has]

Not sure what your end goal is, but in the past I have kind of "faked" a request report but doing a project report but I just filter it on the Converted Issue Originator where it equal $$USER.ID. So my requesters can see only the projects that were converted from requests they made and I can showcase all the project dates and info I need to share.

Hope that helps

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Community Advisor

I haven't tried this out myself (Friday laziness) but have you tried swapping out the listmethod line? Like try using:

listmethod=nested(project.tasks).lists

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Thanks Skye! this put me on the right track. I went with the following code and got it to display the way we wanted.

listmethod=nested(resolveProject.tasks).lists

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Community Advisor

ah I see, you actually want the project that the request was converted to (I thought you wanted the project the request was logged in). Yep, that's the ticket!

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Love it! Had no idea you could do a reference inside a nested collection! Learn something new every day!!!

Thank you Sky and Seth!