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We have a hierarchy built into our system.

Initative

    Sub- Intiative 

        Epic

            Story 

I want to find all the stories in an Accepted state, based on the Epic parent sub-initiative detail.   I can do the Epic with the parent details an the story to the feature, but i am not able to link the two queries together to see the relationship from story to Sub-initiative.  

 

Any help would be great. 

Tess

 

 

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Dave Liao Community Leader Nov 20, 2020

Offhand, I feel like you may be able to get what you need with multiple filters within a single query.

Inside filter A, it's possible to run a query, and have one of its clauses be "where filter B is TRUE".

I have been trying to construct this, but get errors, is this correct? 

 

project in (tlelsales, tlelmobile, tleldeskin, tlelcrm3p, tlcalclend, tlcsvrprod, tlcosvrtax, tlconstr, tlcdkcrm, tlcdkdeski, tlfoqtecal, tllendata, tlmenuvant, tlelcrmmk, tleldclctr, tlelcrmmk) AND type in (Story, Bug, Defect) AND resolved >= startOfMonth() AND resolved <= endOfMonth() AND status != Canceled and "where filter B is True"

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Dave Liao Community Leader Nov 23, 2020

@Theresa Doris - instead of "where filter B is TRUE" (which was just my psuedo-query), you would have something like AND filter = 2, where 2 is the ID of the filter you want to include or exclude.

Here's a Community thread with a few examples: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Jira-questions/excluding-filter-from-the-search/qaq-p/1270393

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Hi @Theresa Doris 

You mention the hierarchy is built into your system; how is the hierarchy created?

Does this utilise an app? Or Advanced Roadmaps (via Jira Premium)? Or just using linked issues?

Ste

We have a linked the issues, using the sub-child filter. 

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