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is there a way to bulk update the links on jira issues?

Our tests are mapped to the requirements. Is there a way i can bulk map test cases to the requirements using the links feature. We are mapping it as test case -- tests -- system requirements. 

we created a bunch of tests without the tests link, and now need to go back and update all those tests. 


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Hi @Anushka Godse ,

Using the below CLI action command, you can achieve this requirement with the help of Jira command line interface app.

The CSV file should have all fields that you would like to update.

Combine runFromCsv with the --file parameter and updateIssue action to create issues in bulk. This example works because the CSV file contains the data that is required for the updateIssue action with relevant parameters.

--action runFromCsv --file updateIssues.csv --common "--action updateIssue"


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