I am creating a JQL query to get all sub-tasks (created under Epics and User stories) specifying the Scrum team name. I made sure all sub-tasks under EPICS has correct Scrum team assigned - my result always omit the EPIC(s) level sub-tasks.
Please help directing how to define JQL -thanks!
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Can you please share your JQL quer
Please correct me my understanding is wrong.
What i understand is, you want to get sub tasks under epics and sub tasks under stores which are under epics.
Also is it possible if you please share your JQL query
hi Muhammad, correct i want to filter and obtain all sub-tasks specific to content (i.e: CRD) , which can be created either under EPICs or User stories for a specific scrum team or project. We have the option to create sub-tasks ( not Tasks) under EPICs.
JQL: issuetype in (Sub-task) AND "Scrum Team" in ("abc","xyz") AND summary ~ CRD ORDER BY status DESC
thank you for your input!
Got It, Thanks for sharing the details.
Actually , your JQL will get all sub tasks which matching the conditions but it will not let you know either those sub tasks are under Epics or Stories.
You query looks right, It might be issue with data , the sub tasks which are not appearing might not belongs to the teams which you mentioned in JQL query.
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