With these it helps I was able to resolve this by using the State in the query. A Feature won't have User Stories under it unless it is Active. So, by filtering out New and items that are in the Backlog, it results in all work. I expanded my query to include Scenarios and here is what it looks like:
Any of those help A custom grid on My Dashboard with Object: PortfolioIetm Feature and query UserStories.DirectChildrenCount = 0 it will produce this error: Could not parse: Attribute "UserStories" on type PortfolioItems is not allowed in query expressions.
var stories = feature.getCollection('UserStories');
should help you out The concept of an epic is that it is a very large user story that requires breaking down. In Scrum the backlog is a process of just in time refinement. We start with coarse grained ideas and as we get closer to starting work on something we get it in to better and better shape.
Does C# with NUnit supports Allure features like Steps, Features/Stories, Parameters
seems to work fine You're really close. It seems like you've already found the project scoping docs: https://rally1.rallydev.com/slm/doc/webservice/projectscope.jsp I think if you just swap your (Project.Name = "My_Parent_Project") query to instead use the project=/project/12345 query string parameter and include projectScopeDown=true you should be all set.