Searching for issues using Portfolio issue details



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In Jira, you can use JQL to search for issues that use Portfolio for Jira custom fields. You can also use JQL to search for issues, by using Portfolio for Jira issue fields.


Note that the values you enter when searching for issues are case-sensitive.

  1. Go to Issues (in header) > Search for issues.
  2. Click Advanced.
  3. Go to the following sections below, depending on what you're trying to achieve with your search.

To know more about advanced searching in Jira, see Advanced searching.

For searching issues within the hierarchy

  • For issues using the "parent link" field
    • For child issues of a parent issue, type Parent Link = EX-000.
    • For child issues of multiple parent links, type Parent Link in (EX-000, EX-001,EX-002, EX-003).
    • Other JQL operators that you can use include: IS EMPTY and IS NOT EMPTY
  • For child issues of an issue
    • For child issues of an issue from a specific hierarchy level in Portfolio for Jira, type issuekey in childIssuesOf("EX-000").
    • For instance, you have this hierarchy:
      • INIT-001 (at initiative hierarchy level)
        • EPIC-001 (at epic hierarchy level)
        • EPIC-002
          • STORY-001 (at story hierarchy level)
          • STORY-002
      To get the child issues of INIT-001, type issuekey in childIssuesOf("INIT-001"). All child issues below INIT-001 will be returned, and not just the child issues at the epic hierarchy level. This means EPIC-001, EPIC-002, STORY-001, and STORY-002 will be returned. 
    • If needed, you can skip returning issues of the hierarchy levels you don't need. For instance, if you want to return just the story-level issues, type issuekey in childIssuesOf("INIT-001") AND issueType != Epic.

For issues using the "team" field

Note that you can only search for shared teams via JQL.

  • For issues assigned to a specific team, type Team = "shared team name".
  • For issues assigned to any set of teams, type Team in ("Shared team 1", "Shared team 2", "Shared team 3").
  • Other JQL operators that you can use include: NOT IN, IS EMPTY, and IS NOT EMPTY

For issues that have target dates

  • For issues that have a specific target start date or target end date, type Target start or Target end = "date".
  • Other JQL operators that you can use include: !=, >, <, <=, and >=

For issues in a specific plan

最終更新日 2018 年 1 月 15 日


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