I am using JIRA 6.3 and have a question regarding JQL Queries.
Is it possible to build upon this query :
issue in linkedIssues(ABC-
which displays all the issues linked to a single issue?
What I would like to do is essentially pass in mutiple issue keys instead of one which are based on a separate query. So, what im looking for is something like :
issue in linkedIssues(<subquery>)
Can this be done somehow?
Created a filter to retrieve a list of issues containing issue links and called this X.
Used this filter to get all linked issues and filtered out like this:
issuefunction in linkedIssuesOf('filter = X') AND issuetype in (Bug)
I did'nt realise you could supply the linkedIssueOf() function with a filter until now.
Thank you all for the help.
Yes, this is possible if Script Runner is installed. You can use something like
issueFunction in linkedIssuesOf("status = Open", "blocks") and resolution is empty
This is like
issueFunction in linkedIssuesOf(<subquery>,<link type>) and <more filtering of the results>
So I have a list of issues of type "Improvement" and want to find all issues linked of type "Bug" Can I combine the default JQL with scriptrunner functions like this: issuetype = Improvement AND fixVersion = X AND project in (A,B,C) AND issueFunction in linkedIssuesOf("issuetype = Bug")
I have a filter called 'JK' getting all issues for a certain fix version and issue type and stored this in a filter. Something like this: issuefunction in subtasksOf("filter = 'JK'") and issuetype in ("Bug") subtasksOf(filter) looks at all the sub-tasks as opposed to the issues linked to a certain issue. It would be ideal if I could return all linked issues based on a filter.
You can try a free plugin I've made: Easy Links for JIRA. It provides two new custom field types: Single Issue Link Picker and Multiple Issue Link Picker. These custom fields are displayed as dropdown select lists, which you can filter and autocomplete by typing on it (see screenshots). Also, you can configure the customfields to restrict the available issues to select (using a JQL expression when creating the custom field), and the link type that the field will be associated to. When you select a value, a new issue link is created between the current issue and the selected one(s), that you can manage as a regular issue link.
In addition, you can use the custom field in JQL queries (for example: "Blocking Task" = TEST-123), and in dashboard gadgets (pie charts, filters, etc).
I hope it can solve your issue,
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