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Scriptrunner Custom Field Issue Template configure fields shown


i have a scriptrunner custom script field which collects some specific Issues and renders them, using the Issue(s) Template.

This is working well and renders the Issuetype Icon, the Issue Key as a Link, the Summary, the Priority Icon and the Status, as expected.


I would like it to also render the resolution. Is this possible to configure somehow?


I am aware, that i could just write custom HTML Code, however that feels not the way to go, when there already exists an Issue renderer.


Thank you very much for your time!


Best Regards,



1 answer

Hi Florian, 

Olly here from Adaptavist's ScriptRunner Support!

Using the Issue Picker Built-In Scripted Field, we can use one of Adaptavist's examples in our Documentation with some modification to get the 'Resolution'

I've modified the code a little bit for 'Resolution':

import com.atlassian.jira.issue.Issue
import com.onresolve.scriptrunner.canned.util.OutputFormatter

getSearchFields = {
['issuekey', 'summary', 'resolution']

renderOptionHtml = { String displayValue, Issue issue, Closure<String> highlight ->
OutputFormatter.markupBuilder {
i('Resolution: ' + issue.resolution?.name)
mkp.yield(' - ')

(Please refer to the OutputFormatter Markup Builder docs for further formatting info)

This will return the following:

Screenshot 2022-09-01 at 12.56.28.png

Do note though that it also returns Issues with no Resolution, i.e. the two Issues I have in the example with null as they haven't been resolved.

To remove these Issues with no resolution, you'd just need to add 'resolution != null' to the JQL query:

Screenshot 2022-09-01 at 13.03.39.png

Which then shows:

Screenshot 2022-09-01 at 13.03.57.png

Hope this answers your query!



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