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Parameters of relatedIssuesByQuery

Oyvind Svedman Mar 17, 2015


Could you please document how to use relatedIssuesByQuery ? It's not documented on your Wiki, and I can't figure it out.

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Yves Martin May 09, 2016

According to my understand of function source code, "relatedIssuesByQuery" takes two JQL queries as parameters.

First query is triggered and for each returned issue, the second JQL query is invoked after replacement of "SELF_VALUE" token by the issue key.

As an example 

relatedIssuesByQuery('issuetype ="User Story" and status="Reopened"', "linkedIssues(SELF_VALUE)")

will returned all issues linked to at least one "User Story" in reopened state.

Junio Fernandes Mar 29, 2018

Hi, I tried your explanation but it goes wrong with message: JQL in second first operand is not valid.

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Pavel Petrov Feb 18, 2019

Here is Cprime's help page about this JQL function. I believe this is the correct source to go to. The function comes with AM Utilities. However, we updated to Jira 8.0 and the add on is not compatible yet. I did drop an e-mail to Cprime and I hope I'll have more info soon. It might work for you, if the add on is compatible with your Jira version.

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