Stories and Sub-Tasks - Assignment Mismatch Edited



I need a query that pulls a list of tasks the meet the below parameters:

1) the tasks are in a current sprint (sprint in opensprints())

2) the sub-tasks are assigned to a specific user (assignee = x123)

3) the story is not assigned to the same user 

4) the only tasks opened in that story are only for user x123


Basically, I want to see all tasks in my current sprints that are mine where all other tasks are closed in that story but the story never got assigned to me. 

Can this be done in JIRA?  


I got this far but can't seem to figure out the 4th item of things only open to x123

issuefunction in subtasksOf("project = pc and sprint in opensprints() and type = story and assignee != x123") AND assignee = x123 and status not in (done, cancelled)



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Tarun Sapra Community Champion Nov 30, 2017

Try this

issueFunction in subtasksOf('type = story and sprint in openSprints() and  assignee !=currentUser()  and not issueFunction in parentsOf(" resolution is empty and assignee !=currentUser() ") ') and assignee =currentUser() and status not in (done, cancelled)

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