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Is there way to use jql for a filter to obtain the "Sub task Summary" field?

I have a request to build a filter using JQL and the following fields I need.  The ask is a filter that would provide a columns that would provide the parent WR ID / Summary and Sub task ID / Summary.  

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JQL only finds issues, it has nothing to say about what is reported on when something runs the filter to get that list to work with.

Almost everything that uses a search to find issues and then displays them reports on just the issues that are found.

So the first thing to look at is needing to include the sub-tasks you want to see the summaries of in the search.

You will then need to look at what you are reporting in.  When you run a search, Jira almost always takes you to the "issue navigator" - a grid like view with fields in columns, issues by line, and with sort and column choices available.  This should do what you need - by default summary is in the columns, and your filter should include the sub-tasks, so their summaries will be displayed.

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