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How to find all linked tasks with specific links?

Hi!

There are lots of questions about how to find linked tasks with JQL, but can you please advise.

I need to find all epics and features (in a specific project) that do NOT have linked issues with the following link types: parent, associated with, etc.

I tried to use "issueFunction in hasLinks" but I'm nor sure how to:

1) include all link types,

2) how to place "not",

I use "issueFunction in hasLinks" because I need only outbound links.

Thanks!

2 answers

hi @Aleksandra Repina 

If you want to get the list of issues linked to a specific issue, use the built in JQL function linkedIssues(issueKey).

If you want to get the list of issues linked to a specific issue with a specific link type, use the built in JQL function linkedIssues(issueKey, linkType).

Hi, thanks!

 

It will not work as the idea to find all issues that do not have specific link type.

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Muhammad Ramzan Community Leader Oct 08, 2020

You might need to use some JQL plugins like JQL Search Extensions for Jira & reports 

 

Here is example how to use the query

Find issues which are blocked by issues from project JQL with priority = Highest. 

issue in linkedBy("is blocked by", "is related to", "project = JQL AND priority = Highest")

 

Reference:

https://jqlsearchextensions.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/SEARCH/pages/30497099/JQL+Reference+Server#JQLReference(Server)-LinkType

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