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I would like to know how to create a filter for all the dependencies that solve my Epics

I would like to know how to create a filter for all the dependencies that solve my Epics. The result should show those "Stories" that has dependent issue to a group of Epic Issues which I specify.

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Hi @Baig Mirja_ Sattar 

What do you mean by "dependent issue"?

If you mean stories which are children of the set of epics, you could find them by supplying the epic keys:

"Epic Link" IN (EPIC-1, EPIC-2, EPIC-3)

If instead you mean find any stories (including their linked stories) which are children of the set of epics, you cannot do that with out-of-the-box Jira.  You would need one of the marketplace add-on products for JQL to do that query.

Best regards,

Bill

Hi Bill,

 

How to use below filter where I can pull out Dependent Issues data from any Issue.

issueLinkType = "has dependent issue" (XYZ-123,XYZ-453) AND project = XYZ AND issuetype in (Story,Epic)

 

BR,

Sattar

Hi @Baig Mirja_ Sattar 

Thanks for clarifying; please try this to search for a specific link type and the query you note above.

( issue IN linkedIssues(XYZ-123, "has dependent issue")
OR issue IN linkedIssues(XYZ-456, "has dependent issue")
)
AND project = XYZ
AND issueType IN (Story, Epic)

For more information about that function, please look here:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/jiracoreserver/advanced-searching-functions-reference-939937722.html#Advancedsearching-functionsreference-linkedIssueslinkedIssues()

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You are welcome, @Baig Mirja_ Sattar If this helped you solve the problem, please consider marking this question as answered.  That will help others in the community searching for answers find them faster.  Thanks!

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