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I have created a filter that uses the following:
resolution = unresolved AND issueFunction in epicsOf(“Project = ‘PROJECTNAME’”) AND NOT issueFunction in epicsOf(“resolution = unresolved”)
My intent is to create a list of epics that are still open (unresolved) but which have no remaining unresolved children (stories, etc).
This returns a relatively finite list, which I would expect. Each of the items returned, indeed, do not have any unresolved children. It appears to be working….until I find another Epic that ALSO has not unresolved children, is part of the PROJECTNAME project, but DOES NOT appear as a search result in the filter.
Any ideas why?
and what about a JQL like this:
project = PROJECTNAME AND issuetype = Epic AND resolution = unresolved AND NOT issueFunction in parentsOf("issueFunction in subtasksOf('project = PROJECTNAME AND issuetype = Epic AND issueFunction in hasSubtasks()') AND resolution = unresolved")
Hi @Michael Czyzewski ,
you could try with this JQL:
project = "PROJECTNAME" AND issuetype = Epic AND resolution = unresolved AND NOT IN (issueFunction in portfolioParentsOf("project = 'PROJECTNAME' AND resolution != unresolved"))