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Hi, my company is using Jira Core (Cloud) Standard plan
I have a need to set a cascading list of one of my custom filed.
CF1 has values: A and B
CF2 should be populated based on selection of value in CF1
If CF1 = A then set CF2 = 1,2,3 (where 1,2 and 3 is a list of values)
If CF1 = B then set CF2 = 3,4,5
I was planing to configure CF1 as a parent and define the list of values from CF2 (as it is in attached screens).
I DO NOT SEE AN OPTION TO SET CF is a parent.
questions #1 - IS it because it is not part of Standard plan?
questions #2 - if that option is not part of Standard plan, how I can use Jira automation rules to achieve the result? I found below example of code but not knowledgeable enough to convert it into my example
Most of your question seems to be about how you would set up two select list fields as a cascading select. Jira does not do this.
Have you tried using a field of type "cascading select"? This would not need any coding or automations to behave as a cascading select.