We are evaluating using the JQL tricks plugin.
However, I am unable to get the query to show the results we need
Here is the structure we use inside JIRA
Epic -> [Story (Epic link in story points to Epic) -> Story contains Issues.]
Epic is inside Project= PM
Story and Issues inside Project = Platform
I am trying to create a query that shows all the stories and subtasks for all Epics (that are open).
The linked query function in JQL only shows links, and does not show issues that are inside the Epic or Story.
How do I workaround that issue? Here is the query I am trying to use:
(issue in linkedIssuesInProject("PM")) OR (project = Product ) OR ("Epic Link" IS NOT EMPTY )
Thoughts? - Sorry, I am a bit new to JIRA - the solution might be obvious :-)
Ashwin, You can use the issuesWhereEpicIn function. Something like this:
issue in issuesWhereEpicIn("status = Open AND project = PM AND other_criteria_here") AND project = Platform
And, of course, you can use this along with other queries to search based on links, subtasks etc. For example, you can save this query as a filter and find all subtasks using the parent function.
issue in parent("above_query or a filter that you have")
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