Can I use the xPoter plugin to print linked issues?

I am trying to use the xPorter plugin to generate a specification that would have the issue info, all subtask info and all related (linked) tasks info. Is the linked tasks a capability?

Furthermore, can I loop through the subtasks or linked tasks and make it more dynamic? The sample has the subtasks array numbers hard coded?

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Hi Jim,

Linked issues will be supported in the next release, also along with a dynamic iteration of subtasks and linked issues.

Thank you

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Hi Jim,

Version 2.3.0 has been released and it includes dynamic iteration of subtasks and linked issues, the complete release notes are:

  • Added mappings for issue comments.
  • Added mappings for linked issues.
  • It is possible to iterate document sections with information from a dynamic number of subtasks, comments and linked issues.
  • Added mappings for the first and last subtask of an issue.
  • Added support for RFT format (input and output).
  • Bulk export can use templates that define static sections, such as cover pages.
  • Added mappings for issue status.
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements.

You can check dynamic iteration by looking into our Sample.docx template, or the plugin documentation.

Thank you

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