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JQL based on issue status properties

I'm trying to make a JQL filter to hide issues that are in a status that have a specific property value. 


More specific, we have some workflows that the final status have the property jira.issue.editable=false, and because of some integrations that we are making, we want to exclude this issues in a JQL. 


Can any one help?  



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Ravi Sagar Community Leader Feb 07, 2020

Hi @JoséF 

Why not exclude the statuses where you have this property set?

Even if you have a flag set the REST Api call won't be able update the issue. Just capture those errors in your logic.


The problem is that we use the same status on different workflows and the property is related to the status in a specific workflow. 


But thanks for your help.

Ravi Sagar Community Leader Feb 07, 2020

Ok In understand. May be something like this.

 (project = Kanban and status != "To Do") OR (project = NGK and status = "To Do")

Let me know.

That's not feasible if you have more the 10 projects.  

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