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JIRA query to identify parent items of whose subtask is assigned to me

I do not have access to ScriptRunner addon.  Is it paid or free? Please help me with above query.

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Thomas Schlegel Community Leader May 17, 2019

Hi @Pallavi Satpute ,

it is not for free. 

But without an addon like Scriptrunner I think you can't query anything like this.

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Hello @Pallavi Satpute 

Script runner is a paid add-on.

If you have Script runner in your instance, you can easily achieve your requirement by the following query

issueFunction in parentsOf("assignee = currentUser()")

This will give you all the parent issues who have sub-tasks which  are assigned to you, here instead of "currentUser()" you can also hard-code your username.

Pricing for Script runner is here

Thanks Tarun but I do not have Script runner and am looking for either free plugin or a solution which might work without plugin. Anyways thanks.

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