importar desde un CSV a Youtrack - importar "Links" de problemas

Hola que tal Srs.

Me encuentro con un problema, estoy jugando con la función de importación csv usando Python.

¿Quisiera saber si hay alguna forma de que pueda definir que el problema B depende del problema A siendo subtarea  en el archivo CSV?

también, ¿dónde podría encontrar una referencia de mapeo de columnas para completar  "Links"? Solo estoy adivinando lo que requiere Youtrack y los nombres de los campos.


Official comment

Hello Jamantilla,

thank you for reaching out to the YouTrack team. Our main communication language is English, so I suggest continuing this discussion in English.

I'm not quite sure that I got your questions correctly, could you probably elaborate a bit on them?

If you need to simply import issue links from a CSV file, please follow these instructions:

Let me know if you have any further questions, I'll be happy to help.

I´m going to explain the problem that I have.

According to the documentation, if I want to import Links from my CSV, I should add one more column, which would be called links and the format should be: “LINK_TYPE_1,1,2”.

Given the case that, I want to import a project incident "PPIT-104" which I would like to be a subtask of an existing one "PPIT-101".

I Add the additional column called Links in my csv, this action I show you in the next image:

And my mapping it is the following:

So my query is the following:

1.- What is the correct format for Links? To test, I put the following: Subtask, PPIT-101, PPIT-104. Is that the correct one or please give me the correct format?

2.- Is it correct to put in the mapping: "Links": "Links"?

thank you, I hope you can help me



I have responded in the corresponding support ticket you've created.

For further reference, "Links" shouldn't be put in the mapping file as it may confuse the script. Also, delimiters should be set accurately. 

An example of my mapping file:

"__help__": "For instructions, see:",
"csv_field_delimiter": ",",
"csv_value_delimiter": ";",
"date_format_string": "%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S",
"field_names": {
"Project ID": "project_id",
"Project": "project_name",
"Issue Id": "numberInProject",
"Summary": "summary",
"Created": "created",
"Reporter": "reporterName"
"field_types": {
"use_markdown": "no"


An example of my CSV file to check the import:

"Issue Id","Project ID","Project","Summary","Reporter","Created","Links"
"SP-2019","SP","Scrum Project","one","root","2017-10-20 21:00:00","Relates,SP-2020"
"SP-2020","SP","Scrum Project","two","root","2017-10-20 21:00:00","Subtask,SP-2019"

If you face any problems, please don't hesitate to ask. 

Thank you very much. I finally managed to do it, thank you very much

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