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issuesInEpic() function does not return any results



My organization renamed the Epic issue type to Epic (Feature). Now we are trying to find the list of child issues under all Epic (Feature)s. However, the function does not return any results even if there are matching issues in the project.

Here is the enhanced search query we are running: issueFunction in issuesInEpics("project = epp AND type = 'Epic (Feature)'")

Let me also mention that the JQL does not return any errors but also does not generate any results too. 

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Trudy Claspill
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Nov 20, 2023

Hello @Susheela_Kushwaha 

Based on the information you provided it appears you are using Adaptavist ScriptRunner for the issuesInEpics JQL function.

It is a known issue in ScriptRunner that if you rename the Epic issue type to something other than simply "Epic" then the issuesInEpics function does not work.

Upvote the issue here:

Just curious, Does your inner query return any results?

project = epp AND type = 'Epic (Feature)'


Cause in our org our query would be like below even though we renamed epic to feature..

project = epp and issuetype = Epic

Hi Bizz,

Yes, the inner query does return the results. We named Epic issue type to Epic(Feature) per SAFe guidelines. So both queries below are basically the same in our case:

project = epp AND type = 'Epic (Feature)'

project = epp and issuetype = Epic

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