How to link two projects in jira with same version?

i wanted to have a link between two different projects, to make log efforts should be impacted vice versa if resource worked in same tasks(same Job code) in two different projects.

for eg:

Project A - Job code - 1001

Project B - Job code - 1001

If a resource logged efforts in Project A for Job code 1001, it should also reflect in Project B for job code 1001, since they both have same job code.

How to achieve this?


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Versions belong to projects, they're not global artefacts, even if you happen to give them the same tag/name.

If you need to tie things together with these "job codes", then you either need to use the job-code field you've added (and accept that versions are different by project), or keep the work together in one project, or build reporting that understands your use of versions.

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