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Issue linking during csv import shows the linked issues twice

Using CSV import I'm creating few issues & linking them using "issue links" & "issue blocks" during mapping. On successful import, the issues get linked but are shown twice. Example is given below.

Issue ID, Issue Type, Summary, Issue link - relates, Issue link-blocks

1, Story, Use case abc, , ,

2, Story, Use case def, 1, ,

3, Story, Use case ghi, 2, 1 

Here, after successful import, Issue 2 shows - issue 1 twice under "relates to" tab.

Issue 3 shows - issue 2 twice under "relates to" tab & issue 1 under "blocks" & "is blocked by" tabs. Attaching a sample.JIRA_Import.PNG

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Could you check, please. type of links in your csv? Looks like on used the same one on different issues.  

Thanks! That works!! Just realized I had used the same linking in different issues which caused it. Thanks again for the quick resolution!

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