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Rather than merely referring to the operator NOT, perhaps give an actual syntactic example of it used.
I have some JIRA issues that are in workflow="to test". I want all issues except those. I have tried:
project = "ETL" and NOT workflow = "to test"
but get no results (and there should be many). What am I doing wrong?
It's often clearer to think of it as a simple inversion of the following clause. "Show me black cats" vs "Show me cats that are not black"
The usual bit that people trip over with "not" is not the inversion but the standard failure to realise that simple "yes or no" questions have three answers, not two - yes, no, and no answer.
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This assumes of course, that your workflow custom field is a simple data field, a select list or variation on that.
For example, if I had the query "NOT project = test" it would return everything outside of the query "project = test" (which would be all issues in project != test). It essentially can be used to return everything outside of a query as the result of a search.
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