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JQL to find Test Cases of children of a specific Parent?

I'm using Jira and Xray for TCM.

We have a Jira Issue Type "Task" which has "sub-tasks".  The test cases were created at the sub task level.  When viewing the Task parent item, the Test Coverage section shows a roll up of the test cases belonging to both the Parent and the Children.  This is great.

But When I am assigning test cases to a Test Set if I select that Parent item, it only brings up the test cases linked directly to the Parent, not those in the Children.  

I want to find a way to query and grab all of those tests that show in the "Test Coverage" section of the Parent item so that I can act on them all at once.  put them into a Test Set directly or at worst bulk edit them.  

Ideas or another way to get there?  thanks.

 

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