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I am trying to create a query which brings in data from a task and also from the associated Epic. Pulling the Tasks data is fine, but how do I reference the linked Epic data?

Hello,

My query is something like this

 

project = "project-name" AND issuetype = Task AND summary ~ "Create High Level Estimate" 

What changes should i make?

 

Also i want to create a query to show all EPICs that have a Task with Task.Summary ~ “Create High Level Estimate” and Task.Status <> Completed

 

How do i achieve this ?

 

Thanks,

Ashwin

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Tarun Sapra Community Champion Aug 24, 2016

It's achievable using Script Runner plugin 

linkedIssuesOf function

https://scriptrunner.adaptavist.com/latest/jira/jql-functions.html

 

JIRA Agile users can query on epic links, eg find all Epics that have unresolved stories:

issueFunction in linkedIssuesOf("resolution = unresolved", "has Epic")

 

Thanks Tarun. But iam using JIRA on cloud.

Is there a way to achieve this on Cloud edition?

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