I'd like to view a list with all RequirementID to all stories with a specific Epic link

Storie and epics have the property RequirementID (issue.property["RequirenebtID"]), an array meaning one to many.

I started out like this

project in (A) and "Team assignment"= "Team A" and "Epic Link"="Some link" and issue.type="User Storie"

This is fine and it will give me the stories in the epic

But now, how can I add that I'd like only every RequirementID in all these stories

project in (A) AND "Team Assignment"="Team A" AND "Epic Link"="Some Link" AND issue.property["RequirementID"]   ORDER BY Ranc ASCSC

 The above block does not give me a list with requirements value but require me to update the code with ="some value" and will result in giving me issues holding that requirement.

So how do I do it, or is it possible?

 

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Ok, so what I did not think about was that I had all values from the beginning in the resault set. Only thing I had to do was to remove all columns and add the column RequirementID, and there it was.

 

Thanks for the hint Per!!

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