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Hi All -
I have tried to Bulk Update the issues to remove the links from the selected issues.
But I see the "Change Linked Issues" option under Unavailable Actions section at the bottom of the Bulk Change Screen
Please help me with this.
@Sravanthi Boggaram - I agreed with @Tessa Tuteleers , Your other alternative is to conduct bulk update using CSV file. However you will need an account that has Jira Admin right. https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver089/importing-data-from-csv-1005346812.html
Best, Joseph Chung Yin
If you are a Jira Admin, you can use CSV to bulk edit issues via Systems >> External System Import. Even the name is an "Import", you can use the file to conduct bulk editing operation.
Not necessarily a great solution, but you can have a post function on your issuetype that you wish to delete the links from, and have it be in an all to all transition, and then in your bulk edit, you can transition the issues in your JQL using the transition you created to remove the links.
You may still need an add-on like JWT, JSU, or Scriptrunner/etc... to add that post function.
Welcome to the Community, @Sravanthi Boggaram !
You can bulk remove issue links with our cloud app Advanced Bulk Edit for Jira. Our app is simlilar to the Jira bulk change feature and simple to use for every Jira user.
Don't heisitate to get in touch with our support if you have questions or feedback about our app.
Hi @Sravanthi Boggaram ,
Welcome to the community!
Unfortunately, this is indeed not possible within Jira, as the bulk edit page states.
However, If you have Scriptrunner on your instance (an app I would recommend for every instance because of the whole world of custom opportunities it offers via scripting), they have a nice little script prepared here that you can edit to your case and use.
However, if you are new to scripting, please be careful and try it with 1 issue first.
Let me know if you need more help with this!