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How can I filter all issues that are linked to a specific epic?

I want to filter all issues that are linked to one or more epics. I use the following JQL but I do not get any results. 

"Epic Link" in (ABC-11)

 I am trying to filter within a Next-Gen-Project but there are also classic projects. Even when limited to one project I do not get results.

project in (ABC) AND "Epic Link" in (ABC-11)

Is this a bug? 

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Velizar Borisov Community Leader Dec 06, 2020

Hi there!

This sounds like a bug to me. When I try to query against the "Epic link" field I do get some results. 

You can also try using the "Parent Link" instead.

Hope that helps,
Velizar

Thank you. Unfortunately

"Parent Link" in (ABC-11)

or

"Parent Link" = ABC-11

is not working either.  

Velizar Borisov Community Leader Dec 06, 2020

Can you please provide a screenshot of the actual error? I have some doubts it may be a permission problem.

It is not. I have the permission to see the tickets and the epic. 

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John Funk Community Leader Dec 07, 2020

Hi @Aljoscha Zöller  - Is this a Next-gen project? Those use a different scheme for linking issues to epics. 

It is a next gen project (please see my initial question). It would be great to get same result sets using JQL though. So can this be fixed or is there a current workaround?

John Funk Community Leader Dec 07, 2020

Try parent = ABC-11

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