we are currently using jira 5.2.9 and with this plug-in: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/org.craftforge.jira.craftforge-jql-functions-plugin
i've been brooding for a while how to solve this issue but can't really seem to get this done.
I've been thinking that it's not possible with this plug-in but i'm not too sure about this.
I've been trying out querys like this:
type=parent AND issue in linkedIssueFromQuery(type=subtask2) >= 2
//doesn't work because jql doesn't relly get the ">=2" part, am i right? //
type=parent AND issue in subtaskIssueFromQuery(type=subtask3) >=2
//same as in the first example, no results since jql doesn't get the ">=2" part?//
issue in linkedIssueFromQuery("type=parent AND type!=subtask1")
//which will show me all linked issue from all the parent type tickets without the subtask1 //
but strangely jira would crash if i use this query (plug-in or jira issue?)
Sort by number of linked issues/subtask is not possible?
(what i want to have is to see the parent issues sorted by the number of linked Issues or subtask they have. I have already tried the function SORT BY but this would just crash jira again...)
hope you guys can help me with my troubles.
Nice to meet you here. Since the problem here are related to third party plugin, I would suggest you to file a ticket to them so that you will know your answer faster. You may file the ticket here:https://github.com/forgedbits/cfjirajqlfp. Hope its help. Thanks, John
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