using JQL to pull the following without plugin ?

Greeting Dear community, 

How can I or if possible to pull the following without plugin ?

Basically I want to see all the no-closed ticket and its sub-task in a flatten view like below:

 

ticket_statusreporterassigneereleasejira_ticketdesriptionopen sub-tasksub-task assignee
newSRSR10.2https://jira.qctsd.com/jira/i#browse/SMY-10966SMY Support for unsinsh for Final Test DFST and DFHFall-closed/resolved 
openbvbv10.2https://jira.qctsd.com/jira/i#browse/SMY-11089H+ 6.0 SMY changes, Schema update, outbound updateshttps://jira.qctsd.com/jira/browse/SMY-11198bv
openbvbv10.2https://jira.qctsd.com/jira/i#browse/SMY-11089H+ 6.0 SMY changes, Schema update, outbound updateshttps://jira.qctsd.com/jira/browse/SMY-11214sd
openbvbv10.2https://jira.qctsd.com/jira/i#browse/SMY-11089H+ 6.0 SMY changes, Schema update, outbound updateshttps://jira.qctsd.com/jira/browse/SMY-11216un-assign
openbvbv10.2https://jira.qctsd.com/jira/i#browse/SMY-11089H+ 6.0 SMY changes, Schema update, outbound updateshttps://jira.qctsd.com/jira/browse/SMY-11217un-assign
openbvbv10.2https://jira.qctsd.com/jira/i#browse/SMY-11089H+ 6.0 SMY changes, Schema update, outbound updateshttps://jira.qctsd.com/jira/browse/SMY-11218un-assign
openbvbv10.2https://jira.qctsd.com/jira/i#browse/SMY-11089H+ 6.0 SMY changes, Schema update, outbound updateshttps://jira.qctsd.com/jira/browse/SMY-11292bv
openbvbv10.2https://jira.qctsd.com/jira/i#browse/SMY-11089H+ 6.0 SMY changes, Schema update, outbound updateshttps://jira.qctsd.com/jira/browse/SMY-11295wr
openbvbv10.2https://jira.qctsd.com/jira/i#browse/SMY-11089H+ 6.0 SMY changes, Schema update, outbound updateshttps://jira.qctsd.com/jira/browse/SMY-11313sp
openbvbv10.2https://jira.qctsd.com/jira/i#browse/SMY-11089H+ 6.0 SMY changes, Schema update, outbound updateshttps://jira.qctsd.com/jira/browse/SMY-11335sp

 

 

1 answer

I have just tried this

status not in ("Closed")

which displays all tickets which do not have status "Closed" both tasks and subtasks. You can further refine this with 

    issuetype in standardIssueTypes()

    issuetype in subTaskIssueTypes()

to filter either the tasks or the subtasks

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