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Is it possible to create a JQL query that will show bugs linked to tests that are part of a test set

Kit Timmis
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Mar 30, 2023

I'm trying to create a filter that will only show me my projects bugs that are only linked to tests within a certain test set 

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May 11, 2023

Hi @Kit Timmis and welcome to the community,

If you are using a 3rd party test management app such as Xray or Zephyr, they store their data outside of confluence. Jira can't really show you this kind of relationship outside of the box. The only way to do something is by using any feature provided by the vendor.

If you are referring to a test as a custom issue type, to which you have created a custom issue link type, then follow the instructions given by @Najm Polaris

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Apr 08, 2023

Hi @Kit Timmis

You can find linked issues using JQL queries in "advanced issue search" under "Filters" tab. 

As seen [here]

Use the field "issuelinktype" to filter the linked issues as necessary. 

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