How can a make a JQL that returns the linked paged or issues in a column?

I want to include the linked issues/pages in a result of a JQL to display them embedded in a confluence page.

How do I do this?

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You could try linkedIssuesOf in the latest script runner... eg

issueFunction in linkedIssuesOf("status = Open", "blocks") and resolution is empty

The problems is that I am looking for links not issue-links. In my case I want to get the linked wiki page(s).

Do they show up in the remote links? Or do you just mean the address is linked in the text of some field?

I guess you mean you want to show them is the results, rather than filter by them?

Exactly, I want to display them as a column in the results.

Think you'd need to write a calculated custom field with a renderer/template that fetched the url into an iframe.

Did either of you ever figure out how to do this? I need exactly this feature. (I'm also in the Cloud version so I'm not sure how much we're allowed to muck about.)

Is there a function we could use to show the linked wiki pages in a column when performing jql query meanwhile? Thank you!

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