JQL: Kanban Board - Show only Tasks where SubTask != open Edited

Hello Community,

I am looking for a way to only show Tasks where all Sub-Tasks do not (!=) have status Open.

I can select Tasks by using: 

issuetype = Task  

But how can I access the Sub-Tasks of these Tasks?

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Tarun Sapra Community Champion Aug 04, 2017

JIRA doesn't support it out-of-the-box but if you have script runner plugin installed then you can easily do it using the JQL function

issueFunction in parentsOf("type = sub-task and status != 'open'") and type = Task
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Jack Brickey Community Champion Aug 04, 2017

Seems like you are trying to find stale tasks that should be closed off because all of the sub-tasks are complete?

The only way to do this AFAIK is with an addon like Scriprunner where you can use "issuefunction" parameter. there are other threads in the Community that illustrate how this can be done.

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Warren Levy Community Champion Aug 04, 2017

The other solution is to use the REST API 

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