How do I filter on whether an issue has links to other issues?

I'd like to be able to filter the issues in my project, with the criteria being what issue type(s) are linked.

Let me give an example: We have 22 support requests at the moment. For some of these, the investigation results in a bug being logged (normally using clone++, which creates a link between the support request and the new bug). Now, I want to create a filter that will show me all support requests that have bugs linked to them, as we need to be able to report status & lead times on these specific ones.

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you may try with script runner JQL functions, check here for more information

https://jamieechlin.atlassian.net/wiki/display/GRV/Scripted+JQL+Functions#ScriptedJQLFunctions-IssueLinks

Thank you for the link, but the wiki page seems to be missing information - I can't get this to work, even after spending significant time trawling the Jira Confluence pages related to this topic. If it helps at all, I'm using Jira v5.2.8

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