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Scripted validator - Compare value of 2 custom number fields

Hi all,

 

I'm trying to prevent simple, incorrect fix fails where the regressed cl is lower than the fixed cl.

To do this, I'm trying to create a simple scripted validator to compare and check that the regressed CL is equal to or greater than the fixed CL, which are both number fields. However it seems >= is not supported and I'm otherwise unsure how to implement this. Help?

 

I've tried this as a simple scripted validator:

cfValues['Regressed CL'] >= cfvalues['Fixed CL']

 

Thank you.

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Hi @Andrew Swain

I think (i don't really remember) that when you get a customfield value, it returns it as "string"

that is a possible reason why >= not working for you.

Try this:

(cfValues['Regressed CL'] as int) >= (cfvalues['Fixed CL'] as int)  

 

Success! Thank you. Strange that it wouldn't assume number when it's a number field.

@Nir Haimov 

I Have tried the below script in validator.

(cfValues['numberfield2'] as int) >= (cfvalues['number field1'] as int) 

 error : says cfvalues not declared, could you give me  full script.

The solution: correct "cfvalues" to "cfValues"

The V in values should be upper case.

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