Help Displaying IssueTypeName with JQLISSUES

Hello and thanks in advance for the help

Using the jira Xporter add-in i am having troubling getting IssueTypeName to display when using the following

${IssueTypeName} : ${Key} - ${Summary} (${Status})

#{for j=LinksCount}

#{for m=JQLIssuesCount|clause=issuekey in linkedIssues (${Links[j].Key})}

${JQLIssues[m]. IssueType} :

${JQLIssues[m]. IssueTypeName} :

${JQLIssues[m]. IssueTypeDescription} :

${JQLIssues[m].Key}: -

${JQLIssues[m].Summary}

(${JQLIssues[m].Status})

#{end}

#{end}

the following lines give me

${JQLIssues[m]. IssueType} :

${JQLIssues[m]. IssueTypeName} :

${JQLIssues[m]. IssueTypeDescription} :

give me the likes of

${JQLIssues2d61192c11034e6e883973c3d2794a6a[3]. IssueType} :

${JQLIssues2d61192c11034e6e883973c3d2794a6a[3]. IssueTypeName} :

${JQLIssues2d61192c11034e6e883973c3d2794a6a[3]. IssueTypeDescription} :

1 answer

Headslap moment i had a space between [m]. IssueType it needs to be ${JQLIssues[m].IssueType}

thanks everyone

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