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Find issue jql query only returns 50 results

  1. At EPIC, edit, link issue - child of, search for an issue 
  2. Click on the link Advanced Search from the Find JIRA issues window.
  3. Enter the specific JQL query and select the issues. <- only 50 issues is listed.

How so I list all issues matching the query?

I need to link all of them to one issue.


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If you click on "next page" you should see the next 50.

I did not see next page.

If you don't have any numbers and the next page > at the bottom right of the issue navigator, then the query is returning fewer than 50 issues and you don't need to use next page.

When I use the search from - view issues - advanced search - results returned was 71.


When I use the search from - epic - edit - link issue - search - advanced then the result was just 50.

  • I have tried different way, both not showing full list of issues.






Ah, yes, I'm sorry, I did not quite understand where you were looking.

I'm afraid that box is limited (to an arbitrary 50 because it's a round number to humans who tend to use decimal) to prevent performance issues.  The only way to get to your result is to put in more of the search to narrow it down more, so that it falls within the 50 limit.

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