Search Linked Issues for JIRA

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Search Linked Issues for JIRA

For actual version plugin provides several JQL functions:

  • issue in/not in linkedIssuesFromFilter("filter name or its id")- finds all issues which are linked with those found by saved filter
  • issue in/not in linkedIssuesFromFilter("filter name or its id","relation name","direction of relation")- finds all issues which are linked by w specified relation with those found by saved filter
  • issue in/not in linkedIssuesFromFilter("filter name or its id","relation name","direction of relation", "recursive lookup count")- finds all issues which are linked by w specified relation with those found by saved filter, then... find all issues linked to already found ones, multiplied by recursive lookup count
  • issue in/not in parentIssuesFromFilter("filter name or its id")- finds all parents of subtasks found by specified saved filter
  • issue in/not in subtaskIssuesFromFilter ("filter name or its id")- finds all parents of subtasks found by specified saved filter
  • issue in/not in linkedIssuesFromQuery("JQL query") - finds all issues which are linked with those found by specified query
  • issue in/not in linkedIssuesFromQuery("JQL query", "relation name","direction of relation") - finds all issues which are linked by w specified relation with those found by specified query
  • issue in/not in linkedIssuesFromQuery("filter name or its id","relation name","direction of relation", "recursive lookup count") - finds all issues which are linked by w specified relation with those found by specified query, then... find all issues linked to already found ones, multiplied by recursive lookup count
  • issue in/not in parentIssuesFromQuery("JQL query") - finds all parents of subtasks found by specified specified query
  • issue in/not in subtaskIssuesFromQuery("JQL query") - finds all parents of subtasks found by specified specified query
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by Sebastian Krzewinski on 03 Mar 2014
The plugin provides a substantial business value and makes things a lot easier. However, when the number of issues hits the 200k mark and JIRA freezes due to memory leaks, all charm is gone. A business decision suggested by the vendor to prohibit 3000+ users from using certain JQL queries is simply not going to work, especially in a multinational organisation.
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by Todd Wyatt on 23 Apr 2013
Rating one star - due to the fact that nothing at all in the release notes for the new version indicates that this suddenly costs money and requires a license.
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Vendor response

Hi Todd,

We respect your opinion. But we believe that your review is not based on your experience with the features the plugin provides or on the quality of our support. Instead it simply reflects your emotions having seen the price.

We have updated the release notes with information You want. But this information was already announced in our documentation, even in previous responses for user comments (just few lines below this one..). So there is no sudden change here. Especially when previous versions are still free, only new one is not. Feel free to grab them. You have even the access to their source code.

We have reached 4k downloads and each month we are spending fair amount of time on support with answering questions and producing new features. But the scale for such work after two years and twelve versions does simply not qualify to be free. So we picked most wanted feature, implemented and push as a first paid version. For 10$ :) for most license tiers.

I will not argue whether 10 $ is too much or fair for what you get. For us this is a the price to take further support and maintenance the add-on. And this is the only option we have.

Please, consider to review our add-on being based on a personal experience with the add-on not on emotions.

Regards,

Piotr Bojko


by Rick Trudeau on 15 Oct 2013
Hello, Is support for Jira 6.1 planned for this plugin, and if so, is there an availability date?
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Vendor response

Hello,

we are pleased to inform you that the current version of Search Linked Issues for JIRA support Jira 6.1 :).

The version 2.1.1 was marked as available for Jira 6.1 so simply download it and take advantage of Search Linked Issues for JIRA features.

Regards,

Craftware Team
by Hemal Udani on 27 Sep 2013
Would this plugin report on linked issues between two different jira instances?
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by Sanu Soman on 06 Sep 2013
Is there any method to find how many existing issue filters are using this plugin functionality? Can we get it some where from DB?
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Vendor response

Hi Sanu,

Unfortunately Jira does not have an advanced filter searching. You can only search filters by their name, description or the person who created them.

But there is a second solution to find how many issue filters are using this plugin. 
Jira has a database table named SEARCHREQUEST, which contains fields like FILTERNAME and REQCONTENT.
You propably could get filters number by executing something like this:

SELECT COUNT ( * )
FROM searchrequest
WHERE reqcontent like '%linkedIssuesFromFilter%'

And adding all used jql functions from Search Linked Issues for Jira

Regards

Craftware Team

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Release notes

version 2.1.1JIRA 5.0 - 6.2.3

Improvement

  • [CPSLI4J-60] - Improved logging for jql query with too many recurring calls

Installation

  1. Log into your JIRA instance as an admin.
  2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
  3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
  4. Locate Search Linked Issues for JIRA via search. The appropriate add-on version appears in the search results.
  5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for Search Linked Issues for JIRA. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. Search Linked Issues for JIRA begins to download.
  6. Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
  7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your JIRA instance.

To find older Search Linked Issues for JIRA versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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