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We had lot of performance troubles before installing new version(2.3.0), but now it seems, that things are moving. I recently checked queries from filters, which are using your extended jql functionality, and honestly I can say, that performance was significantly improved. Yet, there are few queries, which still are performance un-friendly :), but it’s definetely improvement comparing to previous version.
Keep up the good work.”
Search for linked, parent and subtask issues. Thanks to our add-on you can narrow your search down with specific criteria (link type, link direction and recursion count).
Build advanced queries with our JQL functions like:
-- find issues linked by any -- relation to all issues returned by JQL issue in linkedIssuesFromQuery ("project = DEMO AND issuetype = BUG")
-- find issues which are parents of subtasks -- and contain 'linux' word somewhere issue in havingSubtaskIssuesFromQuery ("text ~ linux")
Search the issues linked to epics in JIRA for a more Agile workflow. Easily find the epics that need to be closed or do not have any issues linked to them:
-- find all epics without issues issue in epicsWithoutIssue() -- find all epics that are assigned to -- issues return by query 'project = TEST' issue in epicsFromQuery("project = TEST")
Additionally, you can customize your workflows with the Search Linked Issues validator in order to condition your issues’ links.
Search Linked Issues works for the efficiency of your JIRA. Our JQL functions are highly optimized for as low JIRA performance impact as possible.
Your administrators can monitor the volume of issues generated by specific search requests to control JIRA performance.
If default JIRA linked issue view is not enough for your then you can use our Linked Issue View custom field. With it you can filter linked issues and choose what fields should be visible.
Search Linked Issues will add to your JIRA: