Can I generate an issue report that contain JIRA stories with no assigned epics

Guy Artis April 30, 2024

I'm attempting to generate a report of JIRA Stories with no assigned EPICs. Can this be done? 

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Kalyan Sattaluri
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April 30, 2024

Hello @Guy Artis 

Welcome to community. Yes, you can create such report. You havent mentioned which version of Jira you are in, but go to your Issue navigator / Search area,  and give JQL as

  • "project = ABCD and "Epic Link" is EMPTY "  (if in data center) .. OR
  • "project = ABCD and "Parent" is EMPTY "  (if in cloud)

Then you can save this as a filter, which you can use, or use the filter in Jira dashboard to publish it some where etc. Hope it helps!

Guy Artis April 30, 2024

Hi Kalyan, 

Thank you for your quick response I was able to generate the report I was looking for. 

Enjoy your day! 

Guy 

 

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Laurie Sciutti
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April 30, 2024

hey @Guy Artis and welcome to the Community!  This should work if you're using DC:

 

issuetype = story and "Epic Link" is EMPTY

  

If you're using Cloud, this would be the syntax:

 

issuetype = story and "Parent" is EMPTY
Guy Artis April 30, 2024

Hey Laurie, 

Thank you for quick response I appreciate it.  I'm new to generating reports in JIRA. So do I copy your response in the search line to create the report? 

Thanks,

Guy 

 

Guy Artis April 30, 2024

Again, thanks I figured it out and was able to generate the report I was looking for. 

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