Thank you for your question.
Is there a convenient way in which I can see which child plans were triggered after a parent plan has built?
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Please, notice in the build reason you can see the dependency being displayed.
Is there an overview anywhere that shows the parent/child relationship between plans?
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You can review that by going to "Plan configuration >> Dependencies" tab.
If you find this answer useful, I would kindly ask you to accept it so the same will be visible to others who might be facing the same issue you have inquired.
Thank you for your understanding.
Rafael P. Sperafico
Unfortunately, the method above is not *convenient*, as it involves first going into the configuration of the parent plan to find out the child dependencies, opening a separate browser window on each and every child plan, and then checking whether they built against the particular parent plan build you're interested in. Your second answer shows how to view child plans only - where can I see the complete chain, where: Plan A -> Plan B -> Plan C -> Plan D
I have run some testings using our REST API and, unfortunately, the same is not working as expected.
I have created a corresponding issue for our development team to track:
I would suggest adding any comments to the issue above as well as voting on the issue to create its popularity and likelihood of being fixed..
Please refer to the Atlassian's bug fixing policy for more information.
Rafael P. Sperafico
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