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Unblocked ticket query fails with ticket containing multiple blockers

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Hi! I have a query that checks unresolved unblocked tickets; I use JQL statement similar to this one:

issueFunction in linkedIssuesOf("resolution != Unresolved", "blocks") and resolution = Unresolved

One of my tickets has multiple blockers and when just one of its blockers gets resolved (the other one still is unresolved), the parent ticket appears on this query which it obviously shouldn't because its still blocked. Has anyone else experienced this same issue?

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What about this?

issueFunction in linkedIssuesOf("resolution != Unresolved", "blocks")  and issueFunction not in linkedIssuesOf("resolution = Unresolved", "blocks") and resolution = Unresolved

 

 

Regards

Thanks!  It worked.  I was getting my logic mixed up but now it makes sense.

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