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How to find whether story is linked with specific behaviour using behaviour script runnner

Hello Everyone,

I want to find whether issues linked with epic is story or not.Kindly guide me, how we can achieve this by using script runner behaviour.


Thanks and Regards,


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Radek Dostál
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May 18, 2023

This is the equivalent of walking to a shoe store, saying "give me shoes" and expecting to get the right type, size, material and colour.

There are numerous ways of solving this, but without an actual use case it's meaningless and the best suggestion I would make (being the kindly guide), is to open the epic and look into issues in it, because it already lists issue types unless you modified the table column mapping for any indespicable reason.

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