How do i search sub project in jira with jql query

Manali Shah
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April 14, 2023

Project name is New

Sub project name is 33.0 Newgen Thethis Titan process

 

I want to fetch all tickets which are created under this sub project. I tried below query and got error

project = NEW AND Subproject = 33.0 Newgen Thethis Titan process

 

Error:

Error in the JQL Query: Expecting either 'OR' or 'AND' but got 'Newgen'. (line 1, character 65)

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Fazila Ashraf
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April 14, 2023

Hello @Manali Shah 

Welcome to community!

Jira do not have the concept of Sub project. Is that a custom field in your scenario?

If yes, try

project = NEW AND Subproject = "33.0 Newgen Thethis Titan process"

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Callum Carlile _Automation Consultants_
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April 14, 2023

Hi @Manali Shah, welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Perhaps you are thinking about a particular workflow or issue type associated to your project?

If "33.0 Newgen Thethis Titan process" is a workflow, you can find out which issue types are mapped to this workflow by going to the workflow scheme associated to your project, You could then amend your JQL to search to:

"project = NEW AND type = "issue_type_name"

or if there are multiple issue types using this workflow:

"project = NEW AND type in ("issue_type_name_1", "issue_type_name_2")

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