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.


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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.

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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