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issuetype != Task OR subtasks what is the error in this

issuetype != Task OR subtasks

What is the error in this JQL Query

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Hi @Ramanathan Hariharan ,

If you are trying to get issues that are not task or subtask try something like "issuetype != Task or issuetype != Subtask"

If you want all issues other than both try "issuetype not in (Task,Subtask)"

Error is due to the issuetype not mentioned, you cannot give the value continously.


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You might want to use functions instead of hardcoded lists of issuetypes.

For example, your query would probably be 

issuetype != Task and issuetype not in subtaskIssueTypes()

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