I am trying to search on all issues in a project where the "Linked Issues" field is empty.
Based on what I have read there is no way in JIRA using JQL to do this so I am trying to do this in EazyBI but I am unclear on how to easily get this data.
If you are at least in jira 8.0 you can use
Issuelinktype not in (put every type of link you don't want)
In eazyBI, issue links are not imported by default. If you are looking for specific links names, you can try to create a issue link dimension by defining its parameters in the eazyBI advanced settings. Please have a look at the eazyBI documentation page for more information on issue links - https://docs.eazybi.com/eazybijira/data-import/advanced-data-import-options/import-issue-links. Without a particular issue type, the parameters could look similar to the ones below:
[jira.customfield_linked_issues] name = "Links of issue" outward_link = [“is related to”,“relates to”,“is blocked by”,“blocks”] dimension = true
No matter the option you chose, to get the number of issues that don't have a linked issue it is necessary to create a calculated member in the Measures dimension. For the "Issue links" option, the calculated member in the Measures dimension could look similar to the one below:
IsEmpty([Measures].[Issue Links of issue])
[Measures].[Issues created] > 0
), [Measures].[Issues created]
For the "All links" formula could look similar to the one below:
Roberts // eazyBI support
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