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I am trying to create a filter for use in Roadmaps where I want to show only a subset of project issues.
As you're on Jira Cloud, the correct answer is to get an app that provides JQL extensions you're looking for.
With standard JQL, you can only get a list of issues and export them to Excel for further processing. This works if you want to do a one-off analysis. If your use case is more dynamic than that, look beyond standard Jira.
Standard JQL doesn't easily allow it, but you can quickly find the results using our professional indexing service JQL Search Extensions
issue in subtasksOfParentsInQuery("'Milestone Type[Checkboxes]' = Contract")
issue in subtasksOfParentsInQuery("'Milestone Type[Checkboxes]' = Contract") or project = XXX AND "Milestone Type[Checkboxes]" = Contract
Check out the documentation for more examples.
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Hello @Nikki Leonard
Jira does not natively provide a way for you to get issues and their children in one query when the list of parents is dynamic. This page provides info on the native search functions available specific to Advanced Roadmaps relationships.
You will have to use a third party app to get what you want. ScriptRunner is one such app, but there are also others, such as Jira Search Extensions.