Question in use countIssues(jql) routine by JJupin add-on for jira

Hello! I make the program like this,I want get the number through the countIssues(jql),but in fact I get “0”

 

String version;

Number plantask;

Version = V5.8.1

jql = "project = PRJ AND issuetype in (Improvement, 'New Feature') AND fixVersion = 'version'";

plantask = countIssues(jql);

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Hi,

this should solve your problem

https://confluence.kepler-rominfo.com/display/SIL/countIssues

 

For the search query, please use apostrophe(') instead of quotes(") and 
double backslashes(\ \ )for escaping characters (instead of a single 
backslash).
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When you set value to string you have to encapsulate it in quotes. Also when you try to "inject" a string into another string you have to use string concatenation. Try this:

 

String version;
Number plantask;
version = "V5.8.1";
jql = "project = PRJ AND issuetype in (Improvement, 'New Feature') AND fixVersion = '"+version+"'";
plantask = countIssues(jql);

 

 

it's ok thank you all

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