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I need to query a next gen project and pull all issue types including sub-tasks into a single query. Edited

I need to query a next gen project by Epic/parent and pull all issue types including sub-tasks related to the epic into a single query so I can calculate velocity.

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I think I got it: 

parent=RM-130 OR subtaskOfQuery="parent=RM-130"

I can take this query, export it out and manually calculate velocity. Not great, but, hey, it'll work until nextgen reports can handle subtasks.

I can't get this to work.

I don't know jql well at all, I am using Next gen on the cloud.  but when i use

Field 'subtaskOfQuery' does not exist or you do not have permission to view it.

permission should not be a problem.

I guess my question is, does this still work for you, and can you provide any more details on how you got it to work?

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Jack Community Leader Oct 16, 2019

Well you could simply use project = myproject which will return all issues. You can tweak from there. 

Hi Jack. Thanks for the quick reply. Sorry, I should've clarified: I meant I need to pull the subtasks and issues by Epic/parent. Since epics are treated differently in nextgen projects, my same ol' queries for normal projects don't seem to be working. For example, using the JQL subQueries plugin, here's a query I'm trying to run:  

project="RM" AND parent=RM-130 OR parentOfQuery="\"parent\"=RM-130"

I do get all of the stories and tasks, but no subtasks are returned.  :( 

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