As the subject states, I would like to search for tickets that have a null value in a particular field. For example, I want to find all tickets that have no labels, or no fix version, etc.
In the particular case I was using it, I have a search that will find all tickets without 3 specific labels, but when it returns a result, it is basically every other ticket that has a label, just not those three. This is only partially correct in the result I want, but I also need to see all the tickets that have no label to make my result truely complete.
For a simple null value in a field, try
The question about "not label" is a bit more of a faff, because of the way humans tend not to be precise in their logic. "Label is not X" does not mean the same as "label is empty", it means "there is a label on the issue, but it is not X"
When you are looking for your issues that do not have 3 specific label, you need to say "Label not in ( x, y, z ) or label is empty"
Here we use Jira v7.2.7
Whenever I try to execute the following query:
project = P1 AND (labels not in (Test_Issue) or labels is EMPTY)
I get no results back, even though there are over 30 issues without a label in that particular project. Any idea what might be the problem. (I have permission to view the issues in that project.)
Spoke too soon...
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