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if your problem is solved please consider to hit the accept button mext to the answer. This will mark the question as solved and males it easier for other users to find solutions to similar problems.
In the context of Jira, a widely used project management tool, the JSON code for issue links typically involves a structure that defines the relationship between issues. The "outwardIssue" and "inwardIssue" fields are commonly used to specify the linked issues. An example JSON snippet might look like this:
"inward": "is blocked by",
This represents a "Blocks" relationship where "ISSUE-1" blocks "ISSUE-2". The actual JSON structure can vary based on the specific requirements and the tools or platforms being used.