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I have 2 projects "project1" and "project2"
A bug in project1 is marked with "is blocked by" bug in project2. I want to write a query that captures this.
When I run this query
project = project1 AND issue in hasLinks("is blocked by", "project = project2")
I dont get any results but i am expecting this 1 bug to show up. Why is this query not able to find the linked bug in the other project. What query can I run to accomplish what i am looking for ?
You still need to have both projects selected - by using "project = project1 and...", you specifically exclude anything that does not meet that condition.
project in (project1, project2) AND issue in hasLinks("is blocked by", "project = project2")
When you run
issue in hasLinks("is blocked by", "project = project2")
it retrieves issues in project 2 that has "is blocked by" links. It looks like you are searching for the other scenario. Can you try the following?
project = project2 AND issue in hasLinks("is blocked by", "project = project1")
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