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I am new to JQL and want a query to get the list of stories which has subtask of type defect

A query to get the list of stories which has subtask of type defect.

 

For example 

Story 1 has two defect type sub task.

Story 2 has no defect type sub task

Story 3 has some defect type sub task

 

So I want to have a query where i can get story 1 and story 3 which has sub task of type defect.

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Hi @Narasimha Neelam

You'll need to nest a search within a search - this isn't usually possible based on normal JQL functions because when searching for parents / links it often limits it to one specific issue.

An alternative is to use a script application such as ScriptRunner - then you could do:

issueFunction in parentsOf("issuetype = Defect")

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