The data is stored on the table issuelink. Within this table, it has a unique ID, link type, sournce and destination issue ID.
By default, JIRA has the following Issue Link Type: Block, Clone, Duplicate, and Relates. These Issue links have the following type ID:
10000 = blocks
10001 = clones
10002 = duplicates
10003 = relates
I think the best way to count the number of Issue Links that are being used is to apply the Count SQL function for each Issue Link Type.
SELECT COUNT(linktype) FROM issuelink where linktype = 10002;
Hope this helps.
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