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I want to see only the initiative which has epics linked(as parent) from a specific proje

I want to see only the initiative which has epics linked(as parents) from a specific project.

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Hi @Kaushal Patel 

In case you're still looking to do this - can I confirm the need?

  • Is it to see Initiatives which have child Epics, or Initiatives with parent Epics?
  • Is the Epic which would be in a specific Project?

Could you also please confirm if you have any JQL extension Apps, like Scriptrunner? And/or if you have Automation for Jira?

Ste

yeah this is still needed we only have automation for jira

 

want all initiatives with child epic from certain project

Hi @Kaushal Patel 

To do this, you either need...

  1. The data available on the Initiative level (i.e Has Children = Yes/No)
  2. A method of sub-querying between the two hierarchical levels

Option (2) requires an App, but Option (1) might be possible using:

  • A Custom Field - eg. a Checkbox field
  • Automation for Jira

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The rule might work something like this:

  • If Parent Link is added to...
  • Locate the Parent Issue...
  • And check the Field "Has Children" to CHECKED/TRUE

And then some method to remove it again, if all children are removed.

This metadata is then on an Initiative level, and could be referred to in JQL!

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Do you think this is workable in your instance?

Ste

i am not admin and don't want to add another custom field, isn't there out of the box for this jql search for this ?

Hi @Kaushal Patel 

Unfortunately there isn't.

The other alternative aside from Automation is to use an App which extends the functionality of JQL, like Scriptrunner - if you have an App like this, it will likely be possible to get these results.

Ste

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