Hi! I'm trying something with two filters, I need to get all issues that have a certain value in one field, but calling this inside a parentEpic() to pass them as a parameter.
The filter A gets all issues that have the field "Company" filled with the name of a certain company, in my scenario, they'll get only the epics.
The filter B is using the parentEpic for every issue that the Filter A has returned, like a subquery.
I saw others post about it but I couldn't understand it quite.
I don't know if it's something possible, the objective here is to retrieve those issues (story or subtask) for a report, so I'm open to suggestions.
So long and thanks for all the fish!
Unfortunately, parentEpic function does not support a subquery as a parameter.
Sample queries that could be of help in a workaround solution include:
A several-steps solution would be required in either case.
Assuming you do not currently watch any epics, the easiest workaround would be:
After following these steps, you would get the issues you want.
If you were previously watching any other Epics -and if unwatching them is a valid option for you- then you might consider unwatching them all at once in a similar way, through a bulk change after querying all epics in the Jira instance, if necessary.
You may want to set the Company field of the issues returned by the query of step 3 for the info to be better accessible the next time, or, alternatively, export the results to Excel/csv for capturing the issues that are needed for your report.
Hope it helps.
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