I have a general question first. Is it possible to apply subquerys in Jira to use them in Confluence?
project = ABC AND issuetype = Requirement AND status != Closed AND "Linked Test" is not EMPTY ORDER BY key ASC
Instead of "Linked Test is not EMPTY", i want to search for specific "Linked Tests" in the following way:
"Test Environment" is not ("SystemA", "SystemB")
The Problem is, that the custom field Test Environment is an attribute of "Test" and not of "Requirement". Is there a way to combine them in one query, like a subquery? The query should also work in Confluence with "Jira filter macro", so extra scripts and filters won`t work i guess or i am wrong?
Thank you in advance!
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