how to create a filter that uses issue and sub-tasks fields together in one query

For e.g. I want to write a query that shows all subtasks assigned to me that are status!=committed and that have parent issue (for specific fix version & in committed state)

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Tarun Sapra Community Champion Mar 31, 2014

Are you using ondemand or self-hosted JIRA, as you would need Script Runner plugin for these kind of searches. Script runner plugin is only available on self-hosted.

see here-

Thanks Tarun and Sakthi for the reply. I could use Script Runner to achieve this. Below is the query:
issueFunction in subtasksOf("status = Committed") AND status != Committed AND assignee = <loginid>

Hi Sanjay,

can you pls try with this JQL QUery in the advance search issues screen

project = "project_name" and status != "ur required status" and issue in subtaskIssuesFromQuery("project = 'project_name' and status = 'ur required status' ")

You can add assignee ="ur name in the query"

and whatever criteria you wanted in the query

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