Now that you probably have created some Collaboration Links, it is time to learn how to search Jira issues having them.
OSLC Connect for Jira comes with a custom
JQL function named
collaborationLinks() which can be used
Advanced mode of the
Caution: this function requires be used along with a
project clause. If a clause of type
project = xxx or
project in () is not included in the search criteria, no results will be returned by
||With no arguments, function searches for all issues having any type of Collaboration Link.|
|collaborationLinks( LINK_TYPE )||
||With a single argument, function searches for all issues having the Collaboration Link type provided. You don't need to provide the full Collaboration Link type name and case is insensitive.|
|collaborationLinks( DOMAIN_TYPE )||
||This is a special case for taking one argument. If the argument is either one of the following (case insensitive),
function searches for all issues having Collaboration Links whose type belongs to such OSLC domain:
|collaborationLinks( LINK_TYPE, ID )||
||With two arguments, function searches for all issues having Collaboration Links of the type provided and the given remote id.
Rules for searching the Collaboration Link type are the same as above (except this time domain keys do not work for searching by domain).
If you are interested in searching only by id, and do not care the type, use an empty string for the first parameter:
Once matching issues are presented, and as it occurs with other
Remote Issue Links types,
you won't be able to see the Collaboration Links in a column if you are in the
In order to see them along with the search results, you need to change to the
There are no differences between having a GC compatibility configured or not in your Jira project regarding above functionality. It will behave the same either you are using GC's or not.