How can I see the trees of linked jira tasks?

Hi - I'd like to be able to see from any task in Jira the complete tree of tasks that are linked as blockers to that task so that I know where the dependencies are. I'm trying to see if I can do this somehow in Confluence thru a macro where I can filter on links for a task that blocks that task but I can't find documentation on this. Please let me know if this is apossible and maybe point me to any examples.

Thanks!
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An enterprise ready solution would be Links Hierarchy

 

This link does not work. Where can i get the source code?

Anna, I've updated the answer and removed links to discontinued products. Currently Links Hierarchy is largely the most popular choice to deal with linked issues.

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Guys, is there any new solutions for this question?

Need to get some expandable tree of dependent issues

Mike, a bit late maybe, but you can achieve that in the Structure plugin using the Links Synchronizer.

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