Hi, I have Epics and "normal" issues with custom fields that hold some numbers,
I want to add another custom field to the epic that shows a calculated value based on values from the epic and its linked issues.
I do know how to do the calculation, but I can't figure out how to get the list of linked (through epic link!) issues.
All I found was either using the normal issuelinks function or some old greenhopper code.
Any help with that?
In short, I need
-Get all tasks with epic-link = currentTask
-Get customFieldValue1 from these tasks
-Calculate against customFieldValue1 from currentTask
-Store result to customField2 in currentTask
You can use searchService class - https://developer.atlassian.com/static/javadoc/jira/latest/reference/com/atlassian/jira/bc/issue/search/SearchService.html
You can supply a JQL query as a parameter for the method - parseQuery(ApplicationUser searcher, String query)
Once you get the parseResult Object, you cna get the query() and invoke the method-
search(ApplicationUser searcher, Query query, PagerFilter pager)
This will return the issues which satisfy the original jql search query - "Epic Link" = "XYZ-123" thus you will now have list of issues with the epic link as the epic key and the epic itself.
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