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Need detailed steps to create queries for specific user stories and EPICs in JIRA

Hi,

Could you help me to get a JIRA query for the following?

     a)List of user stories planned for a specific release(Fix Version) version, status, and specific team.

     b)List of EPICs for a specific release version(Fix Version), specific team, and status.

     c)List of sub-tasks for a specific release version, specific team, and status.

d) Need detailed steps to create a board in JIRA with a list of stories planned for a given sprint for a specific team.

Thanks,

Purushotham

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There are two parts to a query - finding what you're looking for and displaying the data about the results.

JQL (and the "simple" search) are for the first part.  Specifically

  1. issuetype = story and fixversion = "name of fix version"
  2. issuetype = epic and fixversion = "name of fix version"
  3. subtasks are part of issues and inherit their versions from their parent.  Answer 1 will not find them, but it is reporting on the things they are a part of, so you can assume they're included

You can use those queries in verying reports, but the most obvious one is the issue navigator which simply lists issues returns.  You'll want to start with that because it lets you choose which columns to display - you probably want to add versions and team, they're not in the default.

On the last point

Click "boards" -> Create board, select a scrum board, and give it a filter that returns all the issues a team should be working on.  The backlog will list the issues, then the board display will show the current sprint.

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