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XPorter - Show all linked issues of a specific type for every issue

Hello together,

I am trying to create a template for XPorter in which I want to show all linked issues of the type "relate to" for every listed issue.

As far as I know, it is possible to show ALL linked issues existing for one issue but is there also a way to show only one specific type of linked issue?

 

At the end it should look like this:

Issue Key    Summary             Relate to

Issue1Key   Issue1Summary   Link1, Link2, Link3

Issue2Key   Issue2Summary   Link1, Link2

....

 

I have tried something like ${Links[j].LinkType="Relate to"} but it didn't work.

 

Thank you for any help in advance!

 

 

2 answers

This expression worked for me.

 

#{for Links}

#{if (%{‘${Links[n].LinkType}’==”relates to”})}

${Links[n].Key}

#{end}

#{end}

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Hi Yvone,

For similar situations, please open a ticket on our Service Desk so we can help you as soon as possible.

Our team is always happy to help!

Best regards,
Xporter Team

Hi Ines

Can the solution be shared on here too? This is something I would very much like to add to our reports also.

Thanks

Mike

Like Sohag Miah likes this

This expression worked for me.

#{for Links}

#{if (%{‘${Links[n].LinkType}’==”relates to”})}

${Links[n].Key}

#{end}

#{end}

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