SQL Query all Subtasks associate to the issue and all Issue in the Epic


can someone help me please?

I need an SQL Statement to get all Subtasks in issues and all Issues in the Epic.


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You really should avoid using SQL for this sort of thing.

But if you insist on doing it the wrong way, look in the issuelink table - it's got source, destination and link type (although you'll need to look the issue ids up in jiraissue and the link types in issuelinktype)

 thanks for your response! I'll try it.

why not using JIRA components for that? its highly risky to write directly into the database. You may get issues with caches and events. You may leave data inconsistences in the database. Something is wrong with you design. Provide more information why you are about to do that.

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