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EazyBi report - Filter results based on subtasks parent issue type

I'm new with EazyBi and MDX. Is there way to get results filtered by parent issue type. Just to give background I have Own issue type 'Customer claim' and below that I have Subtasks 'Items' and now target is to create another issue type which would also benefit Items but this will mess up Eazybi reports where my filter has been issuetype 'Items' so I would need another filter for 'Items' where parent is 'Customer claim' but can't handle this.

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Fabian Lim Community Leader Nov 04, 2021

Hi Ari,

For fields like "Issue type", "Status", "Resolution" and few more default Jira fields you can import Issue link field dimensions in eazyBI.
https://docs.eazybi.com/eazybijira/data-import/advanced-data-import-options/issue-link-field-dimensions

[[jira.issue_link_field_dimensions]]

name = "Parent Issue type"

source_dimension = "Issue Type"

issue_id_column = "subtask_parent_id"

group = "Linked issue dimensions"

Try this code in advanced settings and then import new dimension that would import parent's issue type in separate dimension.

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