some project leads of our user community faced us a difficult request. They want to get all linked issues for a particular ticket in JIRA. We know that there is such a JQL query for parent-sub tasks: "parent=..."
How to get the linked issues? We are aware of the Linked issues column but they need a list of issues row by row.
Is it somehow possible?
Thanks in advance,
I am trying to get Issues that are linked to another JIRA Project (and not specific to any jira issue). Does wildcard works in Linked issues?
My Requirement: Get all the issues in jira PROJECT1 that are linked to jira PROJECT2
issue in linkedIssues("PROJECT2*")
Hi John, I´m trying to get the results you´re looking for but with somthing more. I´m searching for closed or resolved Issues with open sub-tasks or blocking linked issues. I´m using the follow query:
project = "project" AND fixVersion in (version) AND issuetype in (Story, Bug, "Bug Subtask") AND status in (Closed, "Resolved") AND issueFunction in parentsOf("project = 'project' AND status in(Open, 'In Progress')") OR issueFunction in linkedIssuesOf("project = 'proyect' AND status in(Open, 'In Progress')", blocks)
But already the results include some stories with In Progress or Verified status and I don´t know why? Somebody have an idea?
I am trying to a have a dynamic list from Service Desk issue list where I list all the SD issues that have not linked to a proper issue in our JIRA software.
I did not understand how to extract the list of open issues - for a specific project - not linked to any issue.
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