Based on CheckBox validation, need to run post function (Run a Transition)

I have a Custom field which is of type CheckBox.

What i want is, if all options of that checkbox custom field are selected, then only that post function should run.


Could some one please help me 

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What should the post function exactly do?

I personally would use Scriptrunner add-on. It has many build in post functions: See:

Post Function will run a hidden transition based on condition being true. 


Condition is checkbox field shall have all the options ticked.

So need to create a groovy expression for checking that all options are ticked in the custom field 




def customFieldManager = ComponentAccessor.getCustomFieldManager()
def customFields = customFieldManager.getCustomFieldObjects(issue)
customFields.each {cf ->
if ( == '<CUSTOMFIELDNAME>' ) {
return true;
} else {
return false;


*It is not working* 



Have you tried Alexeys corrected code snippet?

def customFieldManager = componentManager.getCustomFieldManager()
def customFields = customFieldManager.getCustomFieldObjects(issue)
def values = []
customFields.each {cf -&gt;
   if (cf.getName() =~ "Check_" &amp;&amp; cf.getCustomFieldType().getName() == "Multi Checkboxes") {
     values += cf.getValue(issue)*.toString()
def validChecks = ['CFO', 'CTO'] //add all your required options here
return values.containsAll(validChecks) ? true : false

It gives an error that 

Spread Operator can be used only on Collection type



Hmm, how many options do you have?

You could check on each:

cfValues['&lt;Your Field&gt;']*.value in ['Option1', 'Option2', ...]

or maybe

cfValues['&lt;Your Field&gt;']*.value.contains("Option1") &amp;&amp;
cfValues['&lt;Your Field&gt;']*.value.contains("Option2") &amp;&amp;

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