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How can you query to find the status of "all child object" = to something?

Beau Garcia (211) | asked Nov 06 '13, 5:03 p.m.
 We are using task templates under stories.  The tasks all following a naming convention standard like DEV:  QA:  UXD:  BA:   etc.  We are attempting to create a query that will find a story where all tasks that begin with QA: are closed.  The task object is using the default story workflow.
The query reads like:  all unresolved stories +  planned for current iteration + filed against product backlog + children->summary starts with QA: + children->status is unresolved

The query result finds all stories that have tasks that start with QA: regardless if they are all closed or dropped or not started or in progress.

sam detweiler commented Nov 06 '13, 9:29 p.m.

U can't do this with the built in query editor, but you could write your  own java code to do it 

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