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search linked issues "is a dependency for"

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Hi, I have several initiatives, let say A and B and C which are parent of EPICS:

I have epics with parent link initiative A an epics with parent link initiative B, same for C.

This is to represent different projects and associated features.

Some of the EPICs in initiative A and B deserve as well initiative C, therefore, I have put in those epics a link: "is a dependency for B" or "is a dependency for C".

How can search all epics which are a dependency for B?

something like

Type = Epic AND issueLinkType = "is a dependency for B"

I can only run Type = Epic AND issueLinkType = "is a dependency for" but without mentioning any value, and I would like to get only the epics which are a dependency for initiative B.

Thanks in advance for your help

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Jack Brickey Community Leader Dec 08, 2022

Hi @malliod ,

are you saying that you created issue link types that include the Initiative name. Could you share a screenshot from the following url (replace yourcompany)

https://yourcompany.atlassian.net/secure/admin/ViewLinkTypes!default.jspa

Regardless, by using issueLinkType in your JQL then you should be able to reference any defined link type that you have created.

url as requested does not work, but I am not surprised, everything is filtered and administrated in a centralized way in my company.

I have simply created EPICs, and in those EPICS, I have added an Issue Link: "is a dependency for" with initiative B ID.

Now, I want to search for all EPICS which are a dependency for initiative B.

issuefunction in hasLinkType("Dependency") and issue in linkedIssues(ID-B) AND type = Epic

seems to work 

Jack Brickey Community Leader Dec 08, 2022

Are so I see that you have Scriptrunner so that certainly helps solve your needs.

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