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JQL to search subtask and parent task from a project

Hi Team ,

 

I m trying to find JQL which help to extract all subtask with parent task from a Project . Please help me on this.

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Alexis Robert Community Leader Apr 14, 2021

Hi @sanjay.sapra , 

 

the following JQL will return all subtasks from project BUG that have a parent issue : 

project = BUG and parent is not EMPTY

 

Let me know if this helps, 

 

--Alexis

Thanks @Alexis Robert  its working partially for me . Because in output not able to get the parent id (Key number) and parent ticket not coming.

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Anyone help on above concern .

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Daniel Ebers Community Leader Apr 24, 2021

Hi @sanjay.sapra

I had success why choosing the column "parent" prior to doing the CSV export:

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Have to tried this already?

Regards,
Daniel

PS: I was testing in a company-managed software project but I don't see why it should be different for a team-managed project. Please check and let us know.

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