We have tried a few jql and script runner advanced queries to show all open and resolved tasks and subtasks in a given project that are linked to epics that are open. The query should exclude any issues that are tied to a resolved epic.
Suggested scripts like issueFunction in issuesInEpics ("project=JRA and status = 'to do, in progress, approved'") do not return issues and provide an error
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Hi @FR Jira Dev
We created a plugin called Agile Docs which can help you show those issues.
You can create a filter for all unresolved Epics in your project and bring it up in Agile Docs. Agile Docs will show you all issues in that Epic and the children of those issues.
If you have the Epic keys, you can use the "All Parent Issues" field which is maintained by Agile Docs to write a JQL query which brings up those issues directly. It will bring up all the children and children of children of any issue.
So your query to bring up all tasks and sub-tasks might look:
"All Parent Issues" in (epickey-1, epickey-2, epickey-3)
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