How to generate a JQL search result of issues that only have sub-tasks?

I have looked thought about downloading:

1. https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.j-tricks.jql-plugin

Includes a few Subtask Functions, of which function "hasSubtasks([subtaskType])"seems to be the best option.

2. https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/org.craftforge.jira.craftforge-jql-functions-plugin

"subtaskIssuesFromFilter ("filter name or its id")" seems to be the right function.

Is there anything else you recommend?

Also - a side question:

Is there a way to generate a count of how many sub-task tickets are within a parent ticket through a JQL search and/or through a JIRA field?

Thanks,

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Feb 25, 2013

generate a count of how many sub-task tickets are within a parent ticket through a JQL search and/or through a JIRA field

Not unless you create your own customfield.

Is there anything else you recommend?

You're spot on for now.

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Also see the JQL functions in the script runner plugin.

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