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Create Issue filter with "no linked" issue

we have ticket type in JIRA called "incident" with an option to link it to another ticket type called "improvement" . 

The link type is "relates to" 

How can i search for "incident" tickets that does not have linked "improvement" to it ? 

i am trying to use "Issues" --> "Filters" but cant find the correct syntax for my needs. 

Oren 

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Tarun Sapra Community Leader Mar 19, 2017

It's easy if you have the "script runner" plugin installed -

type = incident and issueFunction not in linkedIssuesOf("type=improvement","relates to")

Just a head's up as you haven't explicitly called out whether you're on server or cloud that although you can install Scriptrunner for cloud, the additional JQL only works on server. 

Hi,

Currently it is not possible. Check this post for some alternatives and additional information:

https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/166537

 

Well, the title says "no linked" issues, which ideally means that I want to find issues that do not have anything linked to them. At least, that is what I came looking for. If someone else is looking for the same, here is the solution for it:

project = XYZ AND issueFunction not in hasLinks()

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