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Script Runner - Send a custom email - Condition and Configuration for Label


We need to create a custom email to go out for all issue collector submissions. We are trying to check for a label starting with collector. So far the condition only checks to see if there is a label or not, it will not check the label itself.

Examples we have tried the following. Any ideas? 

def lab = issue.getLabels()
if (lab){
String text = it
if (text.matches("collector(.*)")){
return true
def lab = issue.getLabels()
if (lab){
if (lab.toString().matches("collector(.*)")){
return true


2 answers

Looks like we solved our own problem. Incase others want to try this out. The condition works.

def lab = issue.labels.any{it.label.matches("collector(.*)")} 

@SMAtlassianMber ,

I have a feeling that your issue might be the user that is running the JQL in your script doesn't have the right permissions.

See below example and there you will see how to do JQL impersonating an user.

We tested that out, no problems running the jql. 

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