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How to use JQL to filter the issues under the folder

I got thousands of issues in foler AA, and when I use 'View Issues', the JQl like:

issue in ('XX','XX'....), and would cause the URI too large, maybe hundreds of 'XX' in this JQL statement.

 

folder tree(Test Repository):

- A

  - AA

  - BB

so, I change the JQL to:

Project = 'XX' and test type = 'Regression'

but I can't locate the issue under folder AA

 

Is there exist some keywards like 'parentFolder', so I can use the short JQL to view issues(for export csv)

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folder tree(Test Repository):

- A

  - AA

    - subfoler 1

      - subfoler 11

    - subfoler 2

    - subfoler 3

    ......

  - BB

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Jira doesn't have "folders", could you explain what you mean by folder?  Is it something coming from a test management app?  If so, which one?

it's in Software Procejct, and shows Test Repository.

actually, I'm very new use Jira

*Testing Board

Ok, I'm afraid that does not help us much - there are several apps that will add things like "Test Repository" to Jira.

Could you ask your admins what test-management app you've got installed?

Like Evan likes this

we also use X-ray app to manage the issue

Ok, so what do the Xray docs have to say about the way that does "folders"?

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