Maybe you have seen the page already, but the documentation surrounding IQL is here: Insight Query Language
Your question is too vague for me to suggest anything yet, but maybe you can give a couple of direct examples of what you are hoping to achieve?
Off the top of my head, I can only think to suggest filtering with '>' (greater than)
I have a contact at Riada, so I'm asking them if this is a possibility!
thanks for your quick answer.
I have no real exemple, but imagine a custom field of Insight Object Type in Jira with a list of name or code. When clicking, it suggest the complete list of objects available in Insight.
What I need is to have only one (randomly or not) object available and not the complete list (like a top 1 in SQL).
Hey Xavier, my contact got back to me with the following:
It is not possible to perform a "return top results" query, but you can achieve something similar with filtering and in general configuration; this will impact all results, however - this is under "default number of objects fetched in custom fields"
Essentially what he is telling me here is that it's not possible to perform a smart query; the example I gave him is to return most popular device model from a list of all devices, which I felt loosely translated closely to what you were asking!
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