How can I get a query in Jira which will return the project members?
The purpose of this query:
I am running Project A, which has some team members.
There is another project – project B, which has stories/defects assigned to some of my team members
I need to be able to run a query:
Select Stories/Defects from Project B where “assigned” in (List of people from Project A)
Not quite as you've asked, because searches are for finding issues, not people.
But you can get "issues from B where assignee is in a list". The difficulty in your specification is that you have not said how you identify "people from project A", which you can only really do in JIRA by saying membersOf(group) - not project.
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