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JIRA Reporting based on Subtask status

Hi

I would like to generate a report that should give me the data as 

Parent task -->  sub task items --> Status 

  • My user story A1 has B1,B2,B3,B4 sub tasks
  • B1 -is working progress
  • B2 is completed
  • B3 is onhold B4 Review

How can achieve this report?

 

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Hi @Sanjay Venkata Kameswara Akondi ,

I am afraid that you could get not these results with the native JIRA features. JQL does not behave like SQL. It returns issues based on conditions and does not provide a view or combined results. 

You can use a JQL like this issueFunction in subtasksOf("key=A-1") that will list all sub-tasks of A-1 with their status. 

issueFunction in subtasksOf("type=Story") will return sub-tasks whose parent is of type Story. 

Thanks, Niranjan. Currently, that is how I am using it. I wanted to know any other ways to handle this situation for the bulk of the tasks.

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HI @Sanjay Venkata Kameswara Akondi 

If you would be interested in a ready made solution, You may want to try out our plugin,

Agile Tools : Epic Tree & Time in Status 

The plugin provides complete hierarchy of your issues with their statuses and much more. Our Links hierarchy module allows you to include subtasks in your hierarchy. Which I believe will suffice your requirement.

Along with this the add-on also provides Epic Hierarchy, Multiple (more than 8) Time in Status reports to track your issues and Worklogs report to track time spent each day/week/month, based multiple filters/group

 

Links Hierarchy.png

You can find all subtasks of a specific issue with this JQL:

parent=ABC-1
parent in (ABC-1,ABC-2)


You can also get all subtasks of issues that match a query with our app:


After you install the app you can simply search:

issue in subtasksOfParentsInQuery("type=Story") and type=Story


to get the full list of stories and their substasks.

Make sure to check out the docs as well.

I hope this solution is helpful to you and others!

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