Import AND Link to Existing Issue

Currently I have a CSV with two columns:

is xyz of

is tested by

TEST-123

TEST-122

TEST-124

TEST-122

When I import the issues I map them by Links and Sub-Tasks/Issue Id.

However, after completing import I do not see the links on any of the tickets.

 

How do I use a CSV for import and link the new issues to existing issues?

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Not sure why this failed originally. This time I simply made a test CSV with two columns (summary, is tested by). is tested by then had an existing issue id in it. Map the is tested by column to a link. Import. Done.

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Which column are you trying to map to subtasks and which are you trying to map to links?

@Kian Stack [Mumo Systems] im trying to link both columns to the rows. so TEST-123 would be a link of 'is xyz of' to the row issue and TEST-122 would be a link of 'is tested by' of the row issue. thanks for your reply, apologies for the delay :)

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