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I have an epic with a few dozen stories associated to it. Each story has bugs associated to it, how do I compose the issue query to get all the bugs and stories associated to an epic?

I need to do a bulk action that edits all of the issues associated to an epic to test out a reporting/tracking plugin.  Is there an easy way that I can query all of the issues for my bulk edit? 

I have the epic that the stories are associated to, but each story also has its own bugs associated to it that I need to account for as well.

 

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If the bugs are not directly associated with the Epic, you cannot do it in JIRA Cloud. On JIRA server, you can do it with a plugin like JQL Tricks.

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