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[Jira CLOUD] How to query Jira issues with Salesforce connections using JQL?

In Jira Cloud, can you query if an issue has Salesforce connections (or even better, the number of connections) using JQL filters?

I found some old references (2013) to being able to do this in Cloud, but the syntax looks very Jira Server-like, and no longer works in Cloud.

I also know about the Salesforce association report, but it does not help for what I am trying to do (bulk changes to large numbers of issues where SF association is just one criterium).


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project = YOURPROJECT AND salesforceAssociatedIds is not EMPTY

Thank you!


A column to see the # of associations or even a way to query assocations > * would be amazing, but I will take this for now. :)

Like Brian Boyle likes this

Any possibility to search for a particular case id in Jira cloud 

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