How to write behavior on a multi-select custom field ?

 

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Hi All,

Please find below behavior example which shows how to write a behavior on multi-select list custom field

def jpField = getFieldByName("JIRA Project")
def urlField = getFieldByName("GitLab URL")
def aurlField = getFieldByName("Additional URL's / Notes")
def crField = getFieldById(getFieldChanged())
def selectedOption = crField.getValue() as String
if ((selectedOption.contains("GIT Repositories")))
// Difference between single select and multi-select is to use contains()
//Remember contains() can have multiple values with comma separated
{
urlField.setHidden(false)
urlField.setRequired(true)
aurlField.setHidden(false)
aurlField.setRequired(true)
jpField.setHidden(false)
jpField.setRequired(true)

}
else
{
urlField.setHidden(true)
urlField.setRequired(false)
aurlField.setHidden(true)
aurlField.setRequired(false)
jpField.setHidden(true)
jpField.setRequired(false)
}

Hope this helps in future.

Regards

Chander Inguva

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