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"parentEpic != XX" shows the sub-tasks of stories on Kanban Board. It shouldn't be..

My query is (project = "XX" AND "Epic Link" is EMPTY) OR (project = "XX" AND parentEpic != AA-635)

I'm expecting it to display all issues XX project and hide the AA-635 Epic, its stories and the sub-tasks of stories, however the sub-tasks of stories within the AA-635 Epic still appear.

Is there something wrong with the query?


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Nothing wrong with the query.  The problem is that sub-tasks infer their epic link from the issue of which they are part, but do not actually have it on the issue.  So your "Epic Link is empty" clause is including them.

I modified to (project = "XX" AND "Epic Link" is EMPTY and issuetype!= Sub-task) from your advice, which seems to be appearing fine. Thanks Nic!

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