Hi Emmanuella_Emmanuel and Welcome,
Sadly you cannot achieve the desired search using standard features on Jira, you must go for a third-party app instead. Using i.e. JQL Booster Pack you can type the following:
Find issues in one project linked to another project , i.e.:
project = "My Project" AND issue IN
linkedIssuesOf(' project = "Other Project" ')
Note that this is just an exaple, you must tune your query to fit your needs
Using this app you can also query other issues relations, check:
Hope this helps you to create awesome queries <3
I recently used this query for this on a PostgreSQL database:
SELECT count(PJ1.pkey) as linksfound, PJ1.pkey as SrcProjName, PJ2.pkey as DestProjName from issuelink ILINK inner join jiraissue JI1 on ILINK.source = JI1.id inner join jiraissue JI2 on ILINK.destination = JI2.id inner join project PJ1 on JI1.project = PJ1.id inner join project PJ2 on JI2.project = PJ2.id where PJ1.pkey != PJ2.pkey group by SrcProjName, DestProjName order by SrcProjName;
I solved this problem without an extra plugin, but it's not a perfect solution.
I wrote a little program to create a list of the last ~150 issues in the project I was looking for in a single sentence and then put it in a query like:
project = QI AND linkedIssue in (QES-300, QES-301, QES-302, QES-303, QES-304, QES-305, QES-306, QES-307, QES-308, QES-309, QES-310, QES-311, QES-312, QES-313, QES-314, QES-315, QES-316, QES-317, QES-318, QES-319, QES-320, QES-321, QES-322, QES-323, QES-324, QES-325, QES-326, QES-327, QES-328, QES-329, QES-330, QES-331, QES-332, QES-333, QES-334, QES-335, QES-336, QES-337, QES-338, QES-339, QES-340, QES-341, QES-342, QES-343, QES-344, QES-345, QES-346, QES-347, QES-348, QES-349, QES-350, QES-351, QES-352, QES-353, QES-354, QES-355, QES-356, QES-357, QES-358, QES-359, QES-360, QES-361, QES-362, QES-363, QES-364, QES-365, QES-366, QES-367, QES-368, QES-369, QES-370, QES-371, QES-372, QES-373, QES-374, QES-375, QES-376, QES-377, QES-378, QES-379, QES-380, QES-381, QES-382, QES-383, QES-384, QES-385, QES-386, QES-387, QES-388, QES-389, QES-390, QES-391, QES-392, QES-393, QES-394, QES-395, QES-396, QES-397, QES-398, QES-399, QES-400, QES-401, QES-402, QES-403, QES-404, QES-405, QES-406, QES-407, QES-408, QES-409, QES-410, QES-411, QES-412, QES-413, QES-414, QES-415, QES-416, QES-417, QES-418, QES-419, QES-420, QES-421, QES-422, QES-423, QES-424, QES-425, QES-426, QES-427, QES-428, QES-429, QES-430, QES-431, QES-432, QES-433, QES-434, QES-435, QES-436, QES-437, QES-438, QES-439, QES-440, QES-441, QES-442)
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