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How to color a card based on if it has subtasks of a certain status.

I've been struggling with what I think should be a simple task.  Color a card based upon if it has subtasks of a certain status.

I have tried a whole host of various Googling/Stack Overflow/Atlassian Answers and have yet to figure this out.  Any help would be much appreciated.   

These are some of the attempts that have failed:

  • issuetype = "Story" and issueFunction not in hasSubtasks()
  • issue in issuesWithRemoteLinksByGlobalId("SubTaskId")
  • issueFunction in subtasksOf("status = COMPLETED")
  • parent = issuekey

This is likely a simple issue but I'm new to JIRA administration and help would be much appreciated.

3 answers

 

Hi JT

I believe is not possible with raw Jira, but I use an addon (JQL tricks plugin) that has a special function you can apply to issue field (issue in subtaskIssuesFromFilter(savedFilterId)) 

Good luck!

 

1 vote
Ignacio Pulgar Community Leader Dec 07, 2016

There's no such a built-in function that returns all issues that have at least one subtask. So, issues that have any subtasks under certain statuses doesn't exist either.

 

You may achieve it with a third party plugin, though . 

Ignacio Pulgar Community Leader Dec 07, 2016

Look for Script Runner for JIRA Cloud in the Atlassian Marketplace.

Is there functionality to determine if an issue has subtasks at all? 

Hi @ all,

I use the following command to color a card if it has subtasks:

issueLinkType = "is parent task of"

You might combine it with any other command to further specify your request.

Best regards, Birdy

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