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I am using Cloud Jira and Confluence. On a Confluence page, I have a table with columns for Capabilities, Epics and Stories. The intent is to show the capabilities, related epics and related stories in separate columns.
I have a simple query in the capability column to select Capability issue types based on the fixVersion and label value (Capability Query) and produce a small table of the results.
I have a query in the epic column that will select the issues that have a parent link to one of the issue from Capability Query (Epic Query) by using "issueFunction in linkedIssuesOf("Capability Query") and produce a small table of the results. I am concerned that this may pick up epics that are related to one of the capabilities, but is not a child.
I would like to have a query that will select the issues that have an epic link to one of the issues from Epic Query. I found I cannot nest issueFunction in linkedIssuesOf("") statements.
Is there a way to select the list of stories that have the epic link that points to one of the epics in the list of epics in the epic column?