We define a project as a number of Features and each feature has a number of sub-task and in time other types of JIRA listed.
Here I am looking to write a filter that lists all the sub-tasks JIRA listed under a specific JIRA feature.
So for example our JIRA feature is cmp-440 and a number of sub-task JIRAs are listed in this JIRA.
Now in confluence I want to show a table to show all the sub-task and for this I need to write a query to get them.
It feels simple yet I am struggling to write it.
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