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Jira Xporter count Number of Subtasks and print

Kerstin I'm New Here Nov 10, 2021


I want to know if there a special subtasks available for an issue. 

Therefore, I use: 

&{for issues}

#{for subtasks}

#{if (%{'${Subtasks[n].category}'.equals('important')})}






Now, I want to print if there are no special subtasks available.

For example: 

%{('$Subtasks[n].category}'.equals('important').length > 0) ?  $(Subtasks[n].Summary}: 'No important subtasks are available' }


Can you help me?

1 answer

Hi @Kerstin 

In Xporter, the Subtask code only works with Jira's sub-task feature. So if you have other sub-task types provided by other marketplace Apps, it might not work unless there is a specific integration with Xporter (, which currently none of the current integrations provide.

Any additional questions, please get in touch with Xporter Support (; we would gladly assist you.

Thank you.

Kind regards,
Rogerio Paiva [Xporter Support Team]

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