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Is there a way to change the content of a filter with a script ?

Hi,

I've done a script that allow me to replace an issue type by an other one in all my Jira.

It works, but it broke all the filter of the previous type.

Is there a way to change the content of all filter.

Like:

def filterMan = ComponentAccessor.filterManager()

def allFilters = filterMan.getAllFilters()

def jqlRequest

allFilters.each{

if ("issue Type" in it.getJqlRequest()){

jqlRequest = it.jqlRequest()

jqlRequest.replace("issue Type", "new issue Type")

it.setJqlRequest(jqlRequest)

}

}

My main issue consist in getting all the jql request of all the filter.

 

Regards,

Laurent

1 answer

Hi Laurent,

We also have a similar requirement for adding custom filters using script. Did you find any solution to it?

Thanks In Advance

Hi Mamta,

Nop, sorry :/

Regards,

Laurent

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