Hi, this is the query I'm trying to do:
All issues that are Bugs with 0 subtasks OR subtasks with Parents as a Bug.
The main reason with this is because our QA team has filed various sub-tasks within a Bug because they broke the parent bug even further. For me I just want to see the scope of the parent bug and how much stuff is within it. When I do an issue search, if I just search for IssueType "sub-task" it'll show all my Stories subtasks. If I just do Bugs and sub-tasks, it'll also show the parent bug in my list as well as the children sub-tasks separately and that gets confusing.
This is pretty similar to this question, but simpler.
To find Bugs without subtasks:
issueFunction not in hasSubtasks() and issuetype = Bug
To find subtasks of Bugs:
issueFunction in subtasksOf("issuetype = Bug")
You can combine these to create:
(issueFunction not in hasSubtasks() and issuetype = Bug) OR issueFunction in subtasksOf("issuetype = Bug")
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